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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 »
Brand Security Forum
By Michelle Sartor
Published November 2, 2007
AWA Alexander Watson Associates and the Brand Protection Alliance hosted the annual Product Authentication and Brand Security Conference Read More »
Label Inspection
By Michelle Sartor
Published April 26, 2007
The tools that help improve color, shape, type and overall precision come in many variations, and the technology continually improves. Read More »
RFID Market Update
By Michelle Sartor
Published February 26, 2007
RFID growth did not meet expectations in 2006, but those involved believe that adoption will continue as businesses realize the benefits of the technology. Read More »
Published October 18, 2005
Michelle Sartor joins L&NW editorial team Michelle D. Sartor has joined the staff of Label & Narrow Web magazine as associate editor. Sartor received her B.A. degree this year from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA, USA, from which… Read More »
Gravure Printing
By Michelle Sartor
Published September 27, 2007
This printing process, though not very common in narrow web, offers certain benefits for converters. Read More »
Beverage Labeling
By Michelle Sartor
Published August 31, 2007
A fast changing market, beverage labeling presents challenges in design, production and marketing. Read More »
Anilox Developments
Published March 27, 2007
Manufacturers of anilox rolls, and the converters who use them, continue to push the developmental boundaries of these critical flexographic tools. Read More »
Tough Duty Labels
By Michelle Sartor
Published March 27, 2007
Labels that need to withstand difficult environments require the right substrates and adhesives to perform properly. 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 »
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