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Shelf labeling with UPM Raflatac
Published October 9, 2012
UPM Raflatac announces the launch of a range of paper-faced products for shelf labeling applications that provide label converters and retailers with compelling, environmentally preferable alternatives to traditional vinyl products. Utilizing Late… Read More »
Published July 10, 2012
Weber Packaging Solutions (formerly Weber Marking Systems), Arlington Heights, IL, USA, founded in 1932 as a small addressing machine company, has achieved worldwide status as a manufacturer of labels and labeling systems as it approaches its 80th an… Read More »
Nutraceuticals Labeling
Published May 7, 2009
Products designed to improve health and well-being have created a healthy, diverse, yet complex niche of the labeling industry. Read More »
Food Labeling
Published March 6, 2009
Issues abound in this complex segment of the packaging industry. Read More »
Published January 16, 2008
Basics of in-mold labeling to be presented The “ABCs of IML: A Basic Course” will be presented Thursday, March 27, 2008, at the DoubleTree Hotel & Conference Center Chicago North Shore, Skokie, IL, USA. Offered annually since 1989,… Read More »
Wine Labeling
Published January 15, 2008
More so than with most products, labels sell wine. Converters work closely with wineries to provide the labels that meet or exceed expectations. Read More »
Published July 20, 2005
Labeling films ExxonMobil Chemical Chicago IL USA The company has unveiled a number of films. Metallyte X-28 UBW-ES is a multi-layer, cavitated white OPP film designed to replace foil and a sealant web by combining the properties of each into one.… Read More »
European Labeling
Published July 20, 2005
Some key socio-economic and political changes are reshaping a polarized European label market. Read More »
Published July 18, 2005
Thermal transfer labeling system Paxar Corporation Sayre, PA USA The 676 Lokprint II thermal transfer labeling system is for manufacturers of jeans and industrial uniforms, which often go through harsh treatments such as beaching and stone w… Read More »
Pharmaceutical Labeling
Published 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. Read More »
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