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Published September 17, 2007
Weber Marking Systems celebrates 75 years Weber Marking Systems, of Arlington Heights, IL, USA, celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. The company was founded as a small addressing machine company in 1932 and is now a worldwide manufacturer of l… Read More »
Published August 31, 2007
Lean Manufacturing is not about cars anymore. Lean is becoming popular in all kinds of industries, including label converting. Label & Narrow Web just started a column last issue devoted to this very topic. So I thought we should explore what is bein… Read More »
Millions and millions of wine labels
Published August 31, 2007
Ever wonder how those rows of wine labels in your local market get to the shelves looking like newly minted $20 bills? And keep on looking fresh and crisp, even when they're highlighted by that "label killer" called fluorescent light? One person who… Read More »
Shrink Films
By Michelle Sartor
Published August 31, 2007
To attract consumer attention, more companies are using the coverage area and interesting visual appeal of shrink films. Read More »
Published July 31, 2007
Brand theft is a multi-million dollar industry, and is set to become the fastest growing sector of commercial piracy. That's the belief of Rob Warren, managing director of Adhesif Print Ltd., a label converter based in South Auckland, NZ. Warren put… Read More »
Published July 5, 2007
Weber Marking Systems, of Arlington Heights, IL, USA, celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. Read More »
Published June 28, 2007
Many of us in the label converting industry find ourselves performing the role of packaging consultant to our clients. Our role is often far more than just printing a label, so we need to keep up to date with a broad range of information about the pa… Read More »
Published June 28, 2007
US markets tighten as others feel strength continue Read More »
Narrow Web Training
By Michelle Sartor
Published June 27, 2007
Whether in the formal setting of a trade school, or in the label shop itself, training for narrow web printers is a necessary practice that continues to evolve. Read More »
Narrow Web Profile: Klimax
By Jack Kenny
Published June 27, 2007
A label converter with bold plans to grow through acquisition across Europe Read More »
Published May 15, 2007
In advance of LabelExpo Europe 2007, digital press maker Xeikon has organized a series of open houses with Artwork Systems, UPM Raflatac, Deixis, GM, Time Harvest and Gerhardt. The events will take place in Belgium (June 6), Denmark (June 12), the UK… Read More »
Published May 15, 2007
Solid base for Nilpeter’s FA-4 UV flexo press According to Jakob Landberg, Nilpeter’s sales and marketing director, the 13" wide FA-3300 UV flexo press has proved to be one of the company’s best sellers in recent years. Howev… Read More »
Published May 15, 2007
Direct laser engraving system Stork Prints, Anderson & Vreeland Boxmeer The Netherlands, Bryan OH USA Stork Prints has appointed Anderson & Vreeland its distributor in the USA. Stork offers a range of direct laser engraving systems,… Read More »
Published May 15, 2007
Beau Label acquires a new Nilpeter press Beau Label Corporation, of New York City, has purchased a Nilpeter FB-3300-S servo-driven press in response to the increasing demand for high quality flexographic printing, says President V. J. Melapioni. T… Read More »
Published May 15, 2007
PeterLynn Labels adds another Mark Andy PeterLynn Labels has installed a second 10” Mark Andy 2200 UV flexo line at its production plant in Corby, England to cope with growing demand for self-adhesive work. The family owned company acquired it… Read More »
Published April 27, 2007
I subscribe to dozens of blogs. But when I get busy I spend less time reading these blogs than I would like. However, there are three blogs I make an effort to read no matter how busy I am. These blogs provide such a wealth of practical information a… Read More »
Published April 27, 2007
We have discussed the concept of process control in several previous articles. Most of the focus from our perspective has been on the prepress end of the business. We need to review the downstream operations beyond prepress to understand the reality… Read More »
Published April 27, 2007
Inkjet/film development opens up printed memories Read More »
Pharmaceutical Labeling
Published April 26, 2007
Tough regulations, high standards and utmost quality set drug labels — and their converters — apart from the rest. Read More »
Narrow Web Profile: Labelgraphics
By Katy Wight
Published April 26, 2007
Scottish entrepreneur Alex Mulvenny has built one of the most enviable label converting operations in the UK over the last 24 years. He plans to hand the baton to his sons this year, but will still have a role in helping make major strategic decisions. Read More »
Continuous Improvement
By Jack Kenny
Published April 26, 2007
Lean Manufacturing and other continuous improvement methods have been in place at many converting plants for up to a few years. Here's a progress report. Read More »
Published April 24, 2007
Beau Label Corporation, of New York City, has purchased a Nilpeter FB-3300-S servo-driven press in response to the increasing demand for high quality flexographic printing, says President V. J. Melapioni. The new press is expected to improve produ… Read More »
Published March 28, 2007
PeterLynn Labels has installed a second 10" Mark Andy 2200 UV flexo line at its production plant in Corby, England to cope with growing demand for self-adhesive work. The family owned company acquired its first 2200 in 1998, says Managing Direct… Read More »
Published March 27, 2007
An essential part of every label printing business is the prepress department. Without knowledgeable people working on and manipulating customer graphics files, most label printers would not be able to function. Prepress is an area that is constantly… Read More »
Published March 19, 2007
Color label printer Primera Technology Plymouth MN USA Primera Technology has introduced the LX400 Color Label Printer, an inkjet based printer designed to print short run, full color labels at up to 4800 dpi print resolution. The LX400 prints ful… Read More »
Published March 19, 2007
Label Traxx gets first customers in UK Tailored Solutions, developer of the Label Traxx print business management software for flexographic narrow web label printers and converters, has installed Label Traxx at two United Kingdom customers. The inst… Read More »
Published February 27, 2007
We have been exploring blogs now for a few issues so I thought it was time to explain how to make the most of your time reading blogs. You might have noticed the little orange icon (at far right) on blogs and web sites. This icon means that there is… Read More »
Published January 30, 2007
Tailored Solutions, developer of the Label Traxx print business management software for flexographic narrow web label printers and converters, has installed Label Traxx at two United Kingdom customers. The installations — at Hamilton Adhesive L… Read More »
Published January 23, 2007
Label Traxx now linked to MACtac materials Tailored Solutions’ Label Traxx, the print business management software for flexographic narrow web label printers and converters, now connects with MACtac, a supplier of pressure sensitive adhesive c… Read More »
Published January 23, 2007
Lightning Labels orders new HP digital press Lightning Labels, one of the nation’s first all digital label printers, is expanding its capacity by ordering a new ws4500 digital label press from HP. The newest version of the Indigo press, launch… Read More »
Published January 23, 2007
French label printer adds Codimag servo press Codimag announced the installation of a Viva 420 press at Stic’Image, a label printer from the Lyon area in France. The Viva 420 is the newest generation Codimag press. The press is a five-color le… Read More »
Published January 11, 2007
The label industry is ultimately about printing ink on a substrate - the same basic premise that has ruled printing for more than 500 years. So we deal with many of the same issues as our commercial printing counterparts, which is why I find it usefu… Read More »
Narrow Web Offset
By Michelle Sartor
Published January 11, 2007
Offset offers another printing option for converters and their customers to evaluate. The process differs from flexo, often providing a quality that can be useful in image conscious industries. Read More »
Opportunities South of the Border
By Jennifer Dochstader
Published January 11, 2007
A newfound resilience in Latin America and still a place where regional label printers, and their foreign suppliers, profit. Read More »
Published January 2, 2007
Four label converters in the USA have been honored with Best Workplaces in America awards, presented annually by Printing Industries of America and Graphic Arts Technical Foundation (PIA/GATF).  They are Label World, of Rochester, NY; GPA, of Ch… Read More »
Published December 19, 2006
Lightning Labels, one of the nation’s first all digital label printers, is expanding its capacity by ordering a new ws4500 digital label press from HP. The newest version of the Indigo press, launched in September at Labelexpo in Chicago, will… Read More »
Published November 14, 2006
Speeding the supply of Toshiba computers in Europe Toshiba Europe is employing UPM Raflatac to develop one of the largest Gen2 RFID supply chain systems in Europe. The deal includes Toshiba TEC, a supplier of RFID label printers, and ADT Security/Ty… Read More »
Published November 14, 2006
In St. Gallen, Switzerland, the Gallus Group has been manufacturing presses for more than 75 years. In that long period of time the company has seen the growth of flexography and rotary screen printing, along with the gradual decline of letterpress,… Read More »
Published November 1, 2006
The Converting Blog (http://www.convertingblog.com) The Converting Blog is the property of Maxcess International, the parent company of such well known industry names as Magpowr, Fife and Tidland. The blog was the brainchild of Stephanie Tuggle, t… Read More »
Published November 1, 2006
Private label brands set for even faster growth Read More »
Small-Format Digital Printers
Published November 1, 2006
These four-color digital presses have a small footprint and offer converters another avenue for very short runs and variable imaging. Read More »
Leveraging digital label printing
By Peter Renton
Published November 1, 2006
The age of personalization is upon us, and product marketers are seeking ways to excite individual customers. The label converter can help. Read More »
Digital Print
Published November 1, 2006
Four-color digital inkjet label printers are making a bid to find a home in the narrow web marketplace, as the digital segment shows steady growth among converters and customers. Read More »
Food Labeling
Published November 1, 2006
Competition is fierce and regulations are abundant when it comes to food. Labels offer brand owners a way to catch consumers’ eyes and comply with requirements while providing product information. Read More »
Published October 31, 2006
Tailored Solutions’ Label Traxx, the print business management software for flexographic narrow web label printers and converters, now connects with MACtac, a supplier of pressure sensitive adhesive coated papers and films. With this new featur… Read More »
Published October 31, 2006
Codimag announced the installation of a Viva 420 press at Stic’Image, a label printer from the Lyon area in France. The Viva 420 is the newest generation Codimag press. The press is a five-color letterpress with an inline flexo varnish station.… Read More »
Published October 19, 2006
Tailored Solutions opens office in Europe Tailored Solutions, the producer of Label Traxx print business management software for flexographic narrow web label printers and converters, has opened a sales and support office to service users in Europe.… Read More »
Published September 25, 2006
Welcome to the second issue of The Blogsmith, the only column devoted to exploring the blogs that are of interest to the label and converting industry. In case you missed the first column, here is a brief definition of a blog. A blog is a frequently… Read More »
Labelexpo Americas 2006
Published September 25, 2006
The show of the year featured evolutionary technologies for converters eager to expand into new markets. Read More »
Published September 13, 2006
EyeC expands operations into Benelux Object-based image processing has been around for several years in various industrial quality control applications. In our industry, EyeC GmbH, of Germany, is busy promoting its Proofiler line as a quality contro… Read More »
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