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  • New brand identity for MacDermid Printing Solutions

    New brand identity for MacDermid Printing Solutions

    April 8, 2016
    MacDermid Printing Solutions has launched a new brand image with a more contemporary look that reflects the company’s continued innovation in the packaging, screen printing, and newspaper businesses. Platform Specialty Products Corporation&…

  • Bad times ahead? Not for Europe’s label business

    John Penhallow || January 25, 2016
    This is the time of year when we are all urged not to look back in anger but forward in hope, putting our shoulders to the wheel, our best foot forward and doing it all with a song on our lips. Well, if you want an antidote to that, look no further t…

  • CCL acquires Worldmark

    December 4, 2015
    The new business becomes a market focused unit of CCL Design and will change its trading identity by the end of 2015.

  • AWA Sleeve Label Awards

    AWA Sleeve Label Awards

    June 8, 2015
    CCL was a triple winner at the inaugural competition.

  • CCL acquires Scottish label converter

    January 23, 2013
    CCL has announced that it has agreed to acquire through the purchase of shares John Watson & Co. Ltd., a privately owned label converter located in Glasgow, Scotland with estimated sales of approximately 12 million pounds. The planned acquisition…

  • UV Curing Technology

    UV Curing Technology

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || July 10, 2012
    Thanks in part to a rise in eco-friendly manufacturing processes, UV curing technology has steadily grown in popularity.

  • Labelgraphics buys second Gallus RCS 430 combo press

    December 20, 2010
    The company plans to acquire land and build a customized factory in the near future.

  • 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.