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  • Gallus Inc.

    Gallus Inc.

    Alan Gladish, President, Praxis Communications, Inc. || May 8, 2015
    The Gallus Group is one of the world's leading manufacturers of narrow-web flexo label presses, with more than 400 presses installed in North America alone. Gallus customers can expect the best return on their investment through highly efficient,…

  • CCL to acquire Sancoa and TubeDec

    January 21, 2014
    Sancoa & TubeDec have common shareholders and supply labels and plastic tubes to home & personal care customers in North America.

  • AET Films is now Taghleef Industries

    March 5, 2013
    Taghleef Industries (TI) had entered into an agreement to acquire AET Films, and finalized that transaction on May 31, 2012.

  • In-mold Labels

    In-mold Labels

    Steve Katz || January 23, 2013
    Durable and recyclable, IML also gives brand owners the coveted no-label look.

  • Taghleef acquires Applied Extrusion Technologies

    July 10, 2012
    Taghleef Industries (Ti), a leading global biaxially oriented polypropylene film (BOPP) producer, announced that it has closed the transaction to acquire Applied Extrusion Technologies (AET Films), Wilmington, DE, USA, one of the principal manufactur…

  • Bizerba moves in to new facility

    Bizerba moves in to new facility

    May 15, 2012
    The company's North American Label Solutions Division has cut the ribbon and moved from Forest Hill to Joppa, MD, USA.

  • Star Label Products

    Star Label Products

    Jack Kenny || May 13, 2008
    A Pennsylvania converter, focusing on food and cosmetics, has the capacity and speed to meet the swift turnaround needs of its customers.

  • Anti-microbial inks and coatings

    July 18, 2005
    Anti-microbial inks and coatings Colorcon West Point, PA USA No-Tox AM inks and coatings use the AgION antimicrobial technology, addressing a growing concern over microbial growth on the inside surface of packaging films and other substrates. The…

  • Label Stock: Paper vs. Film

    Talar Sesetyan || July 18, 2005
    Substrate variety and quality are greater than ever, and films are showing their muscle.