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  • AWA's release liner conference comes to Vienna

    March 15, 2016
    Avery Dennison CEO Dean Scarborough will be the keynote speaker on the opening day of the April 13-15 event.

  • Bad times ahead? Not for Europe’s label business

    John Penhallow || January 25, 2016
    This is the time of year when we are all urged not to look back in anger but forward in hope, putting our shoulders to the wheel, our best foot forward and doing it all with a song on our lips. Well, if you want an antidote to that, look no further t…

  • FLEXcon launches sureFLEX

    April 15, 2014
    FLEXcon has announced the launch of sureFLEX, a series of biaxially-oriented polypropylene (BOPP) films designed for primary and secondary labeling applications. The multi-purpose 2 mil clear films have enhanced flexibility, utilizing the company&rsq…

  • Avery Dennison expands UK liner recycling program

    March 3, 2014
    Waste PET liners can now be sold directly to two Avery Dennison recycling partners.

  • Catching up with Don Nolan

    Catching up with Don Nolan

    January 7, 2014
    The president of Avery Dennison’s Materials Group talks sustainability with L&NW.

  • Loparex expands North Carolina facility

    September 13, 2013
    Loparex has announced the expansion of its Eden, NC, USA release liner manufacturing site. Loparex has secured a 50,000 square foot manufacturing space located directly across the street from the existing 165,000 square foot facility, which currently…

  • A map for matrix recycling

    A map for matrix recycling

    Jack Kenny, Contributing Editor || May 31, 2013
    Avery Dennison’s interactive map shows options to landfilling in the USA.

  • Release Liner

    Release Liner

    July 12, 2011
    Demand for thin, film-based products is changing the face of the release liner market.

  • Waste Recycling

    Waste Recycling

    Steve Katz || July 21, 2008
    As label converters strive for sustainability, it's important to take a look at what can become of the waste.