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  • Datalase partners with Total Brand Security

    July 9, 2015
    The companies have worked together to develop a new digital can-end printing system for infant formula.

  • Paper Substrates

    Paper Substrates

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || September 13, 2013
    Suppliers have expanded their portfolios to meet converters’ need for sustainable, durable papers that are compatible with multiple print technologies.

  • Forty years on

    Forty years on

    John Penhallow, Contributing Editor || May 31, 2013
    There has been much comment in the world’s press to mark the anniversary of the day in 1973 when a packet of chewing gum was adorned with the world’s first bar code. It is hard to imagine a world not only without bar codes and digital…

  • Inspection Equipment

    Inspection Equipment

    Steve Katz || April 19, 2012
    Print defects are part of the job, but converters have lots of machinery choices that help prevent imperfect labels from leaving their buildings.

  • Labels and Logistics

    Labels and Logistics

    Jules Lejeune, Managing Director, FINAT || January 26, 2012
    Self adhesive labels offer distinct functional advantages for transport and logistics applications.

  • Smart Labels

    Smart Labels

    Leah Genuario || March 13, 2008
    Today's smart labels come in many forms and functions, not just RFID.

  • Pharmaceutical Labeling

    Pharmaceutical Labeling

    April 26, 2007
    Tough regulations, high standards and utmost quality set drug labels — and their converters — apart from the rest.

  • Hovat expands

    July 19, 2005
    Hovat Ltd., one of the UK’s largest producers of flexo-printed stationery and data labels, has acquired Wydata Ltd., an innovative producer of bar coded stationery and digital printing. The deal, which is worth around £5 million ($8.05 mi…

  • Still waiting

    July 19, 2005
    RFID technology remains an enigma. There have been some encouraging developments, but the soaring rates of growth spoken off in the mid 1990s look as far away as ever. Even the events of last September have failed to expand RFID security usage to any…