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October 16, 2012
ColorWorks C831 with Just in Time Color labeling eliminates the need for color pre-prints on large format drum and chemical labels.  Read More »
October 16, 2012
The anilox roll supplier is encouraging those interested in attending the Rochester, NY, USA show to register early.  Read More »
October 16, 2012
The ISO 14001 standard is an environmental management system that provides the framework for organizations to identify and control their environmental impact.  Read More »
October 16, 2012
Endowed through PGSF, the $25,000 scholarship will be granted annually to a student in the graphic communications industry.  Read More »
October 16, 2012
The Australian packaging company will use nyloprint plates in the production of its tobacco packaging products.   Read More »
October 16, 2012
A set of tools designed to help members expand customer relationships will be introduced at the Print United conference in Spain.   Read More »
October 16, 2012
Its poster, called "The Beautiful," also took honors at the Creativity Print Awards.  Read More »
October 16, 2012
PT. SATO Nagatomi has been formed as a joint venture between SATO Group and PT. Indonagatomi in Jakarta, Indonesia.  Read More »
October 16, 2012
The company's Lean Label Eco collaboration with Catchpoint was awarded for industry innovation.   Read More »
October 16, 2012
The eighth annual Conference was held at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA, USA.  Read More »
October 16, 2012
Security labels developed for testing equipment manufacturer INGUN won in the packaging category.  Read More »
October 16, 2012
IntoPrint Technologies, based in Roanoke, VA, USA, has partnered with iSys to distribute the EDGE 850.  Read More »
October 9, 2012
Frank Deschuyterec will succeed Wim Maes, as Maes will join the supervisory board.   Read More »
AC Labels claims world record bar code label
October 9, 2012
The UK converter celebrated the 60th anniversary of the bar code by printing one 40 meters long.  Read More »
October 9, 2012
The US Justice Department opposed the proposed deal because of antitrust concerns.   Read More »


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