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Published September 13, 2013
Avery Dennison Corp. has completed the sale of its Office and Consumer Products and Designed and Engineered Solutions businesses to CCL Industries Inc. for $500 million. Pasadena-based Avery Dennison says it expects net proceeds from the sale of abou… Read More »
Published February 5, 2013
The company's pressure sensitive materials sales increased by approximately 6% during Q4. Read More »
Published March 7, 2012
Avery Dennison Corporation, Pasadena, CA, USA, has announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its Office and Consumer Products business (OCP) to 3M Company for $550 million in cash. The transaction is subject to customary closing con… Read More »
Published January 3, 2012
The Office and Consumer Products Division will be sold for $550 million. Read More »
Charles D. ‘Chuck’ Miller, headed Avery Dennison for 21 years
Published December 6, 2011
The 47-year Avery veteran led the company through years of strong growth and global expansion. Read More »
Published September 28, 2011
The collaborative innovation can reduce liner waste up to 50 percent and eliminates die-strikes. Read More »
Published January 27, 2009
AVERY DENNISON ROLL MATERIALS EUROPE, Leiden, The Netherlands – The company has appointed Henrik Kajueter vice president, marketing. He will be based in Leiden, The Netherlands. He replaces Joao Adao, who has taken up the post of general manage… Read More »
Published November 18, 2008
AVERY DENNISON, Pasadena, CA, USA – John Farrell has been named vice president and general manager, RFID Division.… Read More »
Published December 13, 2005
Company-wide cost reductions announced at the end of October by Avery Dennison Corporation were modified this month by the company’s board of directors. The company plans to reduce the number of positions by approximately 700 to 900 around the… Read More »
Published July 18, 2005
Although rumors abounded, Avery Dennison’s proposed acquisition of Jackstädt — its former Germanbased rival — still signals the most surprising event to have hit the pressure sensitive materials industry in recent years. Re… Read More »
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