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  • Jeff Kerlin named president and COO of Tailored Label Products

    January 28, 2014
    Kerlin has been a nine-year member of the TLP executive management team and recently became a part of the ownership group.

  • Erwin, Malm to address Great Lakes flexo group

    December 28, 2009
    The regional organization will focus on improving pressroom productivity through employee motivation and education.

  • Developing Strategic Partnerships

    July 7, 2009
    Have you ever used the expression "Two heads are better than one"? As a midsized business, we routinely have to find more heads on a regular basis. In normal economic times there are always moments in the creation of a label product when certain new…

  • North American Label Markets

    North American Label Markets

    Jack Kenny || March 30, 2009
    The industry in North America showed relative strength right up to the start of the recession, and converters expect to weather the storm.

  • TLP again named best Wisconsin workplace

    April 1, 2008
    Milwaukee Magazine and The Management Resource Association have declared Tailored Label Products (TLP) to be one of the “Best Places to Work in Southeastern Wisconsin.”

  • Tailored Label Products and Mike Erwin honored

    September 17, 2007
    Tailored Label Products and Mike Erwin honored Tailored Label Products Inc. (TLP), a custom manufacturer of high-performance labels and diecut adhesives located in Menomonee Falls, WI, USA, has been named one of the 2007 Top 10 Small Businesses thro…

  • Continuous Improvement

    Continuous Improvement

    Jack Kenny || 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.

  • Narrow Web Profile: Tailored Label Products

    Jack Kenny || July 20, 2005
    Tailored Label Products Inc. sits on a rise in an industrial complex in Menomonee Falls, WI, a suburb of Milwaukee. Much of its output is for industrial use, and the more challenging the better.