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Catching up with Don Nolan
Published January 7, 2014
The president of Avery Dennison’s Materials Group talks sustainability with L&NW. Read More »
Published July 23, 2013
With UL certification, the facility in Mentor, OH, will help customers reduce the time to market for new durable label products. Read More »
Published May 14, 2013
An interactive map features a directory that indicates locations of non-landfill operations or energy-from-waste facilities. Read More »
Published March 27, 2012
Available in clear and white options, the new top-coated digital film laminate is part of Avery Dennison’s machine direction orientated (MDO) film product line. Read More »
Published December 14, 2011
Avery Templates Everywhere makes it easy for consumers to import contacts from an iPhone to place on Avery mailing, shipping and return address labels. Read More »
Published January 27, 2009
AVERY DENNISON RFID, Flowery Branch, GA, USA – Robert G. van Schoonenberg has resigned from his position as secretary for the company, as well as from his position as executive vice president and chief legal officer. These changes were effectiv… Read More »
Published March 25, 2008
Avery Dennison Fasson Roll North America Hungry for Food Labeling Solutions? Fasson Roll North America has updated its informational materials for the Food market. Included is new information and recommendations for various Fasson® facestock… Read More »
Published October 19, 2006
Avery Dennison acquires RFID start-up company Avery Dennison RFID, a division of the label materials giant that produces radio frequency identification products, has acquired RF IDentics of Grand Rapids, MI, USA, a start-up company that has develope… Read More »
Published July 20, 2005
Avery Dennison extends its woven label business Avery Dennison Corporation has acquired the woven label manufacturer Rinke Etiketten, a private company based in Sprockhövel, Germany. Annual sales in 2003 were worth €20 million (nearly $25… 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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