Flexography was formerly known as aniline printing (high pressure rotary printing). The process employs flexible printing plates and fast-drying inks. Up to ten different colours and the reverse side of the material can be printed at one and the same time during flexographic printing. Flexography can be used to print corporate logos, photo images, hazard signs and much more. The finished product is supplied folded in concertina style or on rolls. As necessary, products can be supplied with perforated edges, holes, in through cut form or with consecutive numbering.