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  • Zipher wins patent suit vs. Markem

    Zipher wins patent suit vs. Markem The United Kingdom Court of Appeal recently ruled in favor of Zipher Ltd. of Nottingham in its lengthy legal battle with Markem Corporation. At stake was the disputed ownership of Zipher’s patented thermal tr…
    07.20.05

  • Xaar launches improved DOD printheads

    Xaar launches improved DOD printheads Meanwhile, more conventional coding and marking technologies are not standing still. Keeping the inkjet flag flying is Xaar plc in Cambridge, UK, which has introduced the XJ500/180 CM printhead. It is claimed to…
    07.20.05

  • nterLabel cancelled

    InterLabel cancelled A lack of industry support, especially from the key crowd pullers, has caused the cancellation of InterLabel, a European labeling exhibition. It was due to be held December 7-9 in Stuttgart, Germany, and the debate it aroused wa…
    07.20.05

  • Stork Group reorganizes

    Stork Group reorganizes The Stork Group has consolidated several of its Netherlands-based graphics and textile operations to…
    07.19.05

  • Xeikon is now

    Xeikon is now a protected species Digital printing may be a hot topic, but it’s not just users who need deep pockets and strong nerves. Investors in Xeikon, for example, have their own anxious moments. Its subsidiary Xeikon France was the fir…
    07.18.05

  • Environment agency

    An ability to produce linerless labels could be a timely development for UK label converters if some proposed government legislation is adopted. It all stems from the fact that siliconized release liners in the cradle-tograve waste chain are a bi…
    07.18.05

  • By John Penhallow

    The center of Barcelona may still be bustling, but the region all around is littered with deserted building sites and motionless cranes. This did not stop over 250 delegates from attending a two-day summit meeting about digital label printing organiz…
    11.30.-1

  • Plastic? No, whey

    Plastic? No, whey First it was corn, which was suddenly discovered to be the miracle eco-ingredient for everything from gasoline to plastic films. Now it’s whey, the watery stuff that is left over when you make cheese. A group of European prin…
    11.30.-1

  • RFID tags tap new markets

    RFID tags tap new markets Bathroom and kitchen fittings seem an unlikely new field for RFID tags, but Hansgrohe, the company that puts its products into a substantial part of Europe’s bathrooms, now uses smart tags to control its workflow, and…
    11.30.-1