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Additional Services

ARCO® offers an array of additional services to go along with your custom extruded products

All things considered, we know how important it can be to have a custom extruded product, but it can be equally as important to have additional services such as the exact color, imprinted product information, and packaging and shipping services to go along with it.

For that reason, ARCO® is committed to working with our clients to match their exact specifications, and then some!  Specifically, we can meet your special demands by offering services such as:

  • PMS Color Match;
  • Silicone Splicing;
  • Custom Imprinting of Graphics or Logos;
  • Converting; and
  • Packaging.

Additionally, ARCO® will also work with you to target other services that could add value to your custom extruded product. In short, if we can save your company the time and expense of packaging and shipping by handling it for you in our own facility, then that is exactly what we will do for you. 

To sum up, whether you have a need for prototyping, small volume, or large volume productions, ARCO® can add value to your products through services such as color match technology and custom imprinting. Furthermore, we can pinpoint avenues to cut time and expenses from your operation through our converting, packing, and shipping services. We can even create secondary products by using silicone splicing.

After all, we've been helping customers just like you since 1923, and we are dedicated to continuing that success for many more years to come!

PMS Color Match

What is it?

The Pantone Matching System (PMS) is a color standardization system that helps in color identification and matching. It uses the numbering system developed by Pantone to identify colors, allowing printer and other equipment manufacturers to match colors without having to contact one another. The Pantone color numbers consist of a three- or four-digit number followed by the letter C, U or M, which stands for “coated,” “uncoated” and “matte,” respectively.

The PMS color palette contains about 1,114 colors. This system is extremely helpful in avoiding color inconsistencies between the various types of print and digital media.

In brief, Pantone’s first color matching system was introduced in 1963 as a way to allow designers to match specific colors during the production process. At the present time, this system has grown to become the most widely used system among graphic designers and in the printing industries.

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