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  • Ink manufacturers to debut new products at Labelexpo Europe

    Catherine Diamond || September 25, 2015
    Ink companies continue to innovate as market segments such as flexible packaging make gains.

  • TLMI honors Michelle Garza, Art Yerecic

    TLMI honors Michelle Garza, Art Yerecic

    Steve Katz, Editor || October 21, 2014
    In addition to announcing Supplier and Converter of the Year, the association also named this year's winners of the TLMI Label Awards.

  • Print Management Systems

    Print Management Systems

    Catherine Diamond || January 23, 2013
    The newest generation of print management systems streamline internal processes and communication with customers.

  • TLMI 2012 Awards

    TLMI 2012 Awards

    November 29, 2012
    When looking for inspiration for their new labels, Le Pich winemakers needed to look no further than their own backyard.

  • TLMI 2010 Awards

    TLMI 2010 Awards

    Jack Kenny || November 11, 2010
    Best of Show and First Place – Wine & Spirits, Flexography/Letterpress, Color Process Prime ASL Print FX, Vaughan, ON, Canada Product: Dan Aykroyd Sauvignon Blanc Description/Challenges: Printed stochas…

  • Special Effects Labels

    Special Effects Labels

    Steve Katz || August 21, 2008
    In the wake of the sustainability movement and the desire to be cost effective, special effects labels continue to evolve.

  • The Top 10 Challenges of Digital Printing

    The Top 10 Challenges of Digital Printing

    Peter Renton || November 2, 2007
    Suggestions from a practitioner

  • Pourable and pumpable UV ink

    July 18, 2005
    Pourable and pumpable UV ink Monarch Color Corporation Charlotte, NC USA Royalcure UV flexo ink is so thin and stable that it comes in 1 gallon jugs. It is strong, stable, consistent, user friendly, non-thixotrophic, non-foaming, and has viscosity…

  • Flexo Ink

    July 12, 2005
    Developments in water based and UV curable inks mean greater potential for converters.