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Multi-layer ADHESIVE
Published September 9, 2014
Herma is applying its innovative multi-layer adhesive 62Gpt to a transparent film. Forming part of the HERMAperfectTack range, the adhesive is designed to offer outstanding initial tack even in difficult conditions. It is being applied to the Herm… Read More »
Published August 4, 2014
Data Transcripts Self-adhesive Materials and Markets Bulletin will continue under the AWA brand name. Read More »
SELF-ADHESIVE MATERIAL
Published July 21, 2014
Herma has released a special Inkprint collection. This self-adhesive material allows print shops to produce low- and very low-volume label runs on economical inkjet printers with water-based inks. Whereas conventional self-adhesive materials are g… Read More »
Published July 11, 2014
Atlas will join Channeled Resources Group’s other specialty and niche divisions. Read More »
Published October 9, 2013
S8092 is designed to improve performance when labeling silicone-coated materials. Read More »
Published January 15, 2012
UPM Raflatac has announced the re- lease of the RH09 hotmelt adhesive for the Americas market, which is designed for food package labeling. According to the company, RH09 provides the initial tack and permanent adhesion required for non-polar refrige… Read More »
Beer brand
By Steve Katz
Published April 12, 2011
High-end, cost effective graphics have Heineken building on its iconic branding. Read More »
Adhesive Applicators
Published October 7, 2008
Applying adhesive to the web in stripes, patterns or spots can open up new markets to converters. Read More »
Published March 25, 2008
Ice proof adhesive Technicote Miamisburg OH USA Technicote has added a permanent acrylic wine label adhesive to its product line. The new IP400 adhesive was specifically developed for wine bottle adhesion in ice buckets. This new adhesive will sol… Read More »
Shrink Films
By Leah Genuario
Published July 20, 2005
New technology and changing markets move shrink in new directions. Read More »



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