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  • On the move

    Steve Katz, Editor || March 21, 2016
    The label industry is in constant motion. From label salespeople visiting customers, suppliers meeting with converters, and the machinery itself humming along sometimes two and three shifts a day, it seems there is no rest for the weary. Then there a…

  • Worth watching

    Steve Katz, Editor || October 13, 2015
    I’m often asked how we choose which label businesses to include in our annual Companies to Watch feature. It’s a good question, because it’s not an exact science. Several of L&NW’s sister publications here at Rodman Media…

  • Beer & Brussels

    Steve Katz, Editor || September 7, 2015
    Each year our September issue coincides with both the end of summer and the ramp-up to the label industry’s largest and most important event of the year, Labelexpo. It’s a nice time of year, savoring the last few weeks of summer, and for…

  • It’s happening

    Steve Katz, Editor || July 21, 2015
    For the label industry, the future is now. Once dominated by analog technology, digital printing is proliferating and snowballing more than ever. As we go to press, Nilpeter comes with the announcement that it is launching a digital press in Septembe…

  • Grouping

    Steve Katz, Editor || June 3, 2015
    Over the last couple months, we’ve learned of some big news coming from a few label companies I’ve gotten to know well. Each case involves the formation of a “Group.”  Though they have their differences, what these indivi…

  • Cheers

    Steve Katz, Editor || January 26, 2015
    In a blind taste test, I can’t tell the difference between Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio, a Shiraz or a Merlot. It’s not that I don’t enjoy the occasional glass (or bottle) of wine, I just prefer beer, and lately I’ve taken a li…

  • Security Labeling

    Security Labeling

    Catherine Diamond || January 23, 2013
    In a market with guaranteed growth and ever-evolving technology, converters and suppliers must stay on their toes to thrive.