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Published October 14, 2013
UPM Raflatac has announced the launch of RH04FG, a hotmelt adhesive that is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for direct contact with fruit and vegetable skin. RH04FG offers high initial tack, securely affixing labels to all fruit… Read More »
Published August 27, 2013
RH04FG is a hotmelt adhesive approved for direct contact with fruit and vegetable skin. Read More »
Synthetic Substrates
By Catherine Diamond
Published September 8, 2011
The proliferation of synthetic substrates on today's market is a result of not only their sustainability and eco-friendly factor, but also their strength and unrivaled durability. Read More »
Published April 15, 2008
The US Food and Drug Administration has given its approval to the use of UV and EB coatings that come into direct contact with food. Read More »
Published October 18, 2005
Packaging material Stora Enso Stevens Point WI USA The company introduces MultiFlex, a paper-based barrier packaging material. MultiFlex is a US FDA approved, aluminum-free packaging solution for lidding, pouch and oil, and grease resistant applic… Read More »
Labels and Logistics
By Jules Lejeune, Managing Director, FINAT
Published January 26, 2012
Self adhesive labels offer distinct functional advantages for transport and logistics applications. Read More »
Limpet Labels UK
By Steve Katz
Published May 24, 2011
The Welsh flexo and digital converter is thriving in its specialized, durable labels niche. Read More »
UV Curing Technology
Published March 6, 2009
Improvements in equipment and inks continue as the UV curing market experiences steady growth. Plus, a look at electron beam curing for narrow web systems. Read More »
UV Curing
Published July 19, 2005
The use of ultraviolet curing continues to grow as more printers discover its benefits. Read More »
Paper Substrates
By Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor
Published September 13, 2013
Suppliers have expanded their portfolios to meet converters’ need for sustainable, durable papers that are compatible with multiple print technologies. Read More »
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