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  • Hexagon Holdings to acquire Hally Group

    November 30, 2015
    Hexagon Holdings currently owns three New Zealand label converting businesses – Rapid Labels, Panprint & Kiwi Labels.

  • Dear Santa (Bill Gates)

    Dear Santa (Bill Gates)

    Calvin Frost || November 20, 2015
    Dear Bill Gates, Merry Christmas and here’s hoping you have many more. I just finished reading your interview with James Bennett in The Atlantic. Pretty lofty comments and at times a bit casual (and cavalier), at least that was my take. …

  • Slitter Rewinders

    Slitter Rewinders

    Greg Hrinya, Associate Editor || November 20, 2015
    Automation is driving advancements in this integral piece of machinery.

  • Getting over the Green Fence

    Calvin Frost || October 13, 2015
    I received a note from a reader about my last column on carbon cycle, climate change and super bugs. He reminded me that “fire” is in many ways analogous to the devastation caused by the pine bark beetle.  He’s right!  Dro…

  • Paper Substrates

    Paper Substrates

    Greg Hrinya, Associate Editor || January 26, 2015
    Labelstock suppliers continue to adjust to an evolving industry.

  • AC Labels claims world record bar code label

    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.

  • Slitter Rewinders

    Slitter Rewinders

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || November 17, 2011
    The slitter rewinder is an integral part of the converting system, and is capable of performing many critical tasks, including inspection, diecutting, variable information printing, and more.

  • Turret Rewinders

    Turret Rewinders

    September 27, 2007
    These pieces of equipment ensure that labels are placed on cores correctly for distribution. They can save converters time and ultimately money in the process.

  • Tough Duty Labels

    Tough Duty Labels

    Michelle Sartor || March 27, 2007
    Labels that need to withstand difficult environments require the right substrates and adhesives to perform properly.