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  • Drupa 2016 a ‘resounding success’

    Drupa 2016 a ‘resounding success’

    Steve Katz, Editor || July 15, 2016
    The label industry was well-represented as visitors showed strong interest in the latest printing technologies.

  • AB Graphic appoints Shumaker new North American VP

    AB Graphic appoints Shumaker new North American VP

    January 19, 2016
    Shumaker’s role will focus on promoting the company’s range of inspection cameras and rewinders.

  • AVT partners with Global Vision

    AVT partners with Global Vision

    April 30, 2015
    Global Vision will provide AVT with a new software engine for its offline inspection systems, which are customized.

  • Flexible Dies

    Flexible Dies

    Steve Katz || January 18, 2012
    With flexible dies becoming increasingly more prominent, manufacturers are sharpening their focus to develop products that meet the label industry’s needs.

  • Labelexpo Americas

    Labelexpo Americas '08

    throughout the three-day event. || October 8, 2008
    Mark Andy's booth at Labelexpo drew crowds

  • Pharmaceutical Labeling

    Pharmaceutical Labeling

    April 26, 2007
    Tough regulations, high standards and utmost quality set drug labels and their converters apart from the rest.

  • Labelexpo Americas 2006

    Labelexpo Americas 2006

    September 25, 2006
    The show of the year featured evolutionary technologies for converters eager to expand into new markets.

  • Rotary Screen

    Rotary Screen

    May 11, 2006
    Decoration, security, RFID, and now braille imaging are among the many capabilities of this versatile printing process.

  • Rewinder

    July 20, 2005
    Rewinder Labelmate Henderson NV USA The TWIN-CAT-2 Dual Spindle Label Rewinder comes with two rewind spindles to handle multiple rewind cores for slitting, or to rewind finished label and waste matrix rolls for diecut label matrix stripping operat…

  • Pharmaceutical Labeling

    July 8, 2005
    As the FDA continues to crack down on label requirements, converters find new and innovative ways to provide their customers with extra label space in a cost-effective manner.