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  • Narrow Web Profile: Tadbik NJ

    Narrow Web Profile: Tadbik NJ

    Steve Katz || April 16, 2015
    Now identifying with its parent company, the converter is entering new markets and its next phase of growth.

  • Prati technology on display at open house

    Prati technology on display at open house

    Greg Hrinya || October 28, 2014
    Converters visiting Faenza for the first time were given a technical introduction and tour around Prati’s demonstration center.

  • Labelexpo Europe Post-Show Report

    Labelexpo Europe Post-Show Report

    Steve Katz, Editor || November 21, 2013
    Confidence and optimism permeated the halls of the show’s largest edition to date.

  • Heidelberg Label Days focuses on IML

    Heidelberg Label Days focuses on IML

    Steve Katz, Editor || October 17, 2013
    At the Print Media Center, the Speedmaster XL 106-6-P+L UV with CutStar showcased its flexibility in producing high-quality in-mold labels.

  • Grafix Equipment launches IML diecutting system

    March 12, 2013
    The Grafix Cut and Capture System is capable of full rotary diecutting of any difficult IML material while eliminating the need for additional machinery.

  • In-mold Labels

    In-mold Labels

    Steve Katz || January 23, 2013
    Durable and recyclable, IML also gives brand owners the coveted no-label look.

  • A record year in Brussels

    A record year in Brussels

    November 17, 2011
    Brand owners are using smart labels to ensure product authenticity and value, while improving productivity and the customer experience.

  • Synthetic Substrates

    Synthetic Substrates

    Catherine Diamond || 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.

  • In-Mold Labeling

    Jack Kenny || July 19, 2005
    Vital to the long-run market, in-mold labels present challenges to converters and customers.