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Published October 10, 2014
Multi-Action Labels, a self-adhesive label converter in Quebec City, Canada, has expanded its short-run printing operation after installing SPGPrints’ DSI UV-inkjet label printing press, which should allow customers to benefit from better… Read More »
Published August 4, 2014
The 17-inch press is equipped with two screen units, ten UV stations and cold foil. Read More »
Narrow Web Profile: Logo Label Printing
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published March 13, 2014
Targeting specific short run markets, this all-digital label printer is thriving. Read More »
The best of both worlds
By John Penhallow
Published November 21, 2013
If you come from the German-speaking part of Italy, you need to acquire the best of both worlds: Italian flair combined with German precision. And if you are combining these successfully while building narrow web digital presses in the town of Brixen… Read More »
Published September 4, 2013
Graphium, with a 16" print width, is targeted at converters producing labels, packaging and specialty print applications. Read More »
Published August 7, 2013
The site was created to focus on the company's digital products, videos and case studies. Read More »
Narrow Web Profile: Pro Label Inc.
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published May 22, 2012
Knowing its markets and leveraging new digital capabilities, this Miami converter is poised for growth. Read More »
Companies to Watch
Published October 4, 2011
Companies to Watch is a special feature of Label & Narrow Web that pays tribute to a select group of converters who are making noteworthy contributions to the health of the industry. Read More »
Published September 13, 2011
The ink manufacturer has developed a digital inkjet narrow web press featuring UV LED curing lamps from Phoseon Technology. The single pass color press can print at speeds up to 80 feet per minute. Read More »
Published October 29, 2014
Citing commercial confidentiality, Memjet refuses to say why the OEM partner agreement was torn up. Read More »
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