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  • Coal’s demise and the mess that’s left

    Calvin Frost || May 20, 2016
    In my last column I wrote about the opportunities to convert to “green energy,” the demise of the coal industry, and the explosion of the use of wood pellets as feedstock in commercial boilers. I seem to have struck a chord, as I’ve…

  • The printing industry and patent trolls

    The printing industry and patent trolls

    Harvey R. Levenson, Ph. D. || March 14, 2016
    An update on the CTP and HQPI patent infringement litigation cases and their negative impact on companies.

  • CCL Industries acquires Zephyr

    March 1, 2016
    Zephyr, based in Singapore, is a leading label converter focused on customers in the electronics industry.

  • Companies To WATCH

    Companies To WATCH

    October 13, 2015
    Companies to Watch is a special feature of Label & Narrow Web that focuses on a select group of converters who are making noteworthy contributions to the health of the industry.

  • AWA

    AWA's Label Release Liner Industry Seminar

    Ann Hirst-Smith || October 13, 2015
    The event in Brussels highlighted the key issues facing the label release liner segment.

  • North American Label Markets

    North American Label Markets

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || July 10, 2012
    The North American label market has weathered economic storms while embracing technological changes.

  • FLEXcon honors memory of its founder

    FLEXcon honors memory of its founder

    May 22, 2012
    FLEXcon has announced the passing of its beloved founder and Chairman of the Board, Myles J. McDonough, on March 30. A resident of Worcester, MA, USA, and The Carnegie Abbey Club, Portsmouth, RI, USA, McDonough was an innovator and leader in…

  • Food Labels

    Food Labels

    Catherine Diamond || January 18, 2012
    It’s rare to find a product that people not only require, but enjoy. For converters in the food label industry, this segment offers steady work, but not without challenges.