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  • Label innovations at forefront of drupa 2016

    Label innovations at forefront of drupa 2016

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor || June 14, 2016
    The world’s largest printing show featured new developments in the label and narrow web segment.

  • Ravenwood Packaging debates the future of

    Ravenwood Packaging debates the future of 'skinny' labeling

    April 2, 2015
    New formats of linerless labels and minimalist label technology were discussed at Ravenwood's recent World Conference.

  • Keep the change

    Calvin Frost || October 10, 2014
    Thursday at Labelexpo was a bit slower than Tuesday and Wednesday. It gave me a chance to walk the show and look for change, change that would affect our industry and make an impact. While Tuesday and Wednesday were exhilarating, it was a grueling 48…

  • TLMI 2012 Awards

    TLMI 2012 Awards

    November 29, 2012
    When looking for inspiration for their new labels, Le Pich winemakers needed to look no further than their own backyard.

  • TLMI 2011 Awards

    TLMI 2011 Awards

    November 18, 2011
    For the second consecutive year, ASL Print FX has won the top prize in the TLMI Label Awards – this year for its Red Tile Chardonnay label.

  • Rako Etiketten keeps on investing

    Rako Etiketten keeps on investing

    February 3, 2011
    The decision to buy a new press with a total of 13 printing units was triggered by customer requests for variable print configurations and high value-added converting.

  • Flexo Plates

    Flexo Plates

    May 7, 2010
    With the increased demand for environmentally sustainable consumables, the all important flexo plate continues to evolve.

  • Specialty Papers

    Specialty Papers

    Steve Katz || August 20, 2008
    Environmental concerns are proving to be a driving force behind innovation and change for this important product.

  • Wine Labeling

    Wine Labeling

    January 15, 2008
    More so than with most products, labels sell wine. Converters work closely with wineries to provide the labels that meet or exceed expectations.