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Published February 12, 2015
The company saw the need to diversify after seeing a steady decline in the wet glue label market. Read More »
Narrow Web Profile: McCourt Label
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published November 17, 2014
After more than 100 years, this Pennsylvania label converter continues to adapt to an evolving industry. Read More »
Published November 5, 2014
The converter has purchased two Domino digital presses – a N610i and a K600i – as well as a Mark Andy P7 6-color RFID press. Read More »
McLoone installs SPGPrints DSI press
Published June 2, 2014
McLoone, the La Crosse, WI, USA-based supplier of industrial labels, decals and nameplates, has installed a SPGPrints DSI UV-inkjet label press in order to bring about production efficiencies and penetrate the mid-run self-adhesive decorative… Read More »
Published May 5, 2014
A new 12-color Nilpeter flexo press and an HP Indigo WS6600 digital press have been added to help meet increasing demand. Read More »
Labelexpo Europe Post-Show Report
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published November 21, 2013
Confidence and optimism permeated the halls of the show’s largest edition to date. Read More »
Published May 22, 2012
Building on the success of the original SurePress L-4033A, Epson America has announced the SurePress L-4033AW – a seven-color inkjet digital label press with white ink that makes high-quality, short-run label printing easier and more efficient,… Read More »
Published February 17, 2009
The 12" wide webfed press prints at up to 27 feet per minute. Read More »
Published January 27, 2009
Primera launches new digital label press Primera Technology, Plymouth, MN, USA, has announced the introduction of its CX1200 Color Label Press. The press delivers short run, full color digital label printing at a price of US$14,995 (MSRP) in the USA… Read More »
Published October 29, 2014
Citing commercial confidentiality, Memjet refuses to say why the OEM partner agreement was torn up. Read More »



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