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Published March 5, 2013
Taghleef Industries (TI) had entered into an agreement to acquire AET Films, and finalized that transaction on May 31, 2012. Read More »
In-mold Labels
By Steve Katz
Published January 23, 2013
Durable and recyclable, IML also gives brand owners the coveted no-label look. Read More »
Published September 13, 2006
Label and tag films Applied Extrusion Technologies New Castle DE USA Applied Extrusion Technologies (AET Films) is introducing new cut and stack label films at Labelexpo (Booth 1029). The company has information available about new applications fo… Read More »
Published July 20, 2005
Holographic label films AET Films New Castle DE USA Mirage holographic label films are suited for can and bottle labels in low shrink and non-shrink roll-fed label applications, and in folding carton and flexible packaging applications… Read More »
Published July 20, 2005
AET Films centralizes operations in Delaware Better service and greater efficiencies were cited as motivations for AET Films to centralize their North American customer service staff in New Castle, DE. The company’s new customer service opera… Read More »
Published July 20, 2005
Film AET Films New Castle DE USA HOTR-2 film is developed for fresh-cut produce packaging. It offers oxygen transmission rates of 175—325 cc/ 100 in2/24 hours in laminations to polyethylene. The film’s breathability performance is bas… Read More »
Narrow Web Opportunities in Flexible Packaging
By Chris Mitchell
Published July 11, 2005
No longer the sole province of the wide web converters, flexible packaging is narrowing down. Read More »
Published July 18, 2005
High definition flexo is topic at conference The High Definition Flexo Consortium (HDFC), a trade association which promotes flexography to print buyers and designers, will hold a free education seminar at Northeastern Wisconsin Technical Coll… Read More »
Label Stock: Paper vs. Film
By Talar Sesetyan
Published July 18, 2005
Substrate variety and quality are greater than ever, and films are showing their muscle. Read More »
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