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  • Flexo vs. Digital

    Flexo vs. Digital

    Steve Katz, Editor || April 8, 2016
    Which press will you buy?

  • Flexo Label Advantage Group LLC (FLAG)

    Flexo Label Advantage Group LLC (FLAG)

    John McKay, President & Founder || April 6, 2016
    FLAG is the buying group for label converters. Established, Proven & Working, we secure volume purchasing agreements on products used everyday like substrates, tooling, ink, prepress & shipping. Other opportunities: Catastrophic Recovery, Pee…

  • Latest flexo technologies featured at INFO*FLEX

    Latest flexo technologies featured at INFO*FLEX

    Steve Katz, Editor || March 3, 2016
    The exhibition floor features 236 exhibiting companies, 75% of which target the narrow web tag and label market.

  • Narrow Web Profile: Logo Label Printing

    Narrow Web Profile: Logo Label Printing

    Steve Katz, Editor || March 13, 2014
    Targeting specific short run markets, this all-digital label printer is thriving.

  • Flexo Presses

    Flexo Presses

    Steve Katz, Editor || March 8, 2012
    Considered the backbone of the industry, flexo presses continue to evolve in order to keep pace with a printer’s wants and needs.

  • Companies to Watch

    Companies to Watch

    Penhallow, Kenny, Katz || October 11, 2010
    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.

  • Flexo Plates

    Flexo Plates

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

  • Flexo Trends

    Flexo Trends

    March 30, 2009
    Flexo, say the experts, no longer has to compare itself to offset. It now sets its own standards.

  • Linerless Labels

    Linerless Labels

    Steve Katz || October 7, 2008
    Free of release liner, these labels may be limited in shape but are more eco-friendly.

  • Letterpress

    Jack Kenny || July 11, 2005
    The letterpress market might be constrained, but label converters and their customers still demand the quality that this traditional printing process delivers.