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  • CCL partners with Korsini to build IML plant in Tennessee

    July 9, 2015
    The partners will invest approximately $20 million between them, each owning 50% of the new company – CCL-Korsini.

  • Multi-Color to expand operations in Indiana

    February 5, 2015
    The Scottsburg expansion is projected to create 154 new jobs by 2020.

  • Resource Label acquires A1 Label

    February 5, 2015
    Based in Toronto, A1 specializes in the personal care, household, nutraceutical and wine label sectors.

  • Digital Printing

    Digital Printing

    Steve Katz, Editor || November 21, 2013
    Improved technology has an increasing number of converters adding digital presses.

  • I like it, I’ll take five

    I like it, I’ll take five

    John Penhallow, Contributing Editor || November 29, 2012
    Rako, one of Germany’s top label and packaging converters, is back in the news again. In September of this year they announced that they had bought no less than five of HP Indigo’s latest label press, the WS6600. Roger Gehrke, Rako&rsq…

  • Labelexpo Americas 2012 Product Preview

    Labelexpo Americas 2012 Product Preview

    July 10, 2012
    Labelexpo Americas 2012 takes place September 11-13 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL, USA, just outside of Chicago.

  • Smart Labels

    Smart Labels

    Steve Katz || January 14, 2011
    Brand owners are using smart labels to ensure product authenticity and value, while improving productivity and the customer experience.

  • RFID & the Label Converter

    Leah Genuario || July 20, 2005
    A special series of articles updating the RFID issues facing the industry: RFID and the Label Converter , RFID and Mandates, and Item Level Tagging, by Leah Genuario; RFID and Static Electricity by Jay Perry of Simco Industrial Static Control.

  • The Tag Market

    Lisa Nieves || July 11, 2005
    A few new ideas emerge in an otherwise flat tag industry.

  • Pharmaceutical Labeling

    July 8, 2005
    As the FDA continues to crack down on label requirements, converters find new and innovative ways to provide their customers with extra label space in a cost-effective manner.