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Published January 24, 2014
Omet was honored by Labelexpo Asia show organizer Tarsus for its nonstop participation since the show’s incpetion, and always having a machine on show. At this year’s edition, on display was a press from Omet’s XFlex series, the XFl… Read More »
Expansion aspirations in India
By Harveer Sahni
Published August 20, 2013
Zircon, a 6-year-old label converter, has acquired an Omet Varyflex – perhaps the largest press delivered to India so far. Read More »
Celebrating 50 years of Omet
Published July 17, 2013
Italian press manufacturer Omet celebrated its 50th anniversary by taking a heartfelt look back at its accomplishments and gearing up for what it says will be an even more successful 50 years to come. The Lecco-based company invited customers, member… Read More »
Published January 22, 2013
The German diecutting tool manufacturer is ready for rising demand. Read More »
Published January 22, 2013
The center gives clients an intuitive and active grasp of the press maker's equipment potential. Read More »
Published November 20, 2012
The plant will focus on developing new tissue machine technologies. Read More »
Published December 18, 2009
The press, based on a core of technical granite, features a short web path and minimal waste and setup time. Read More »
Published April 8, 2008
Return of the non-returnable bottle Read More »
Published September 12, 2006
BASF has announced that it is investing $4.9 million in its acrylic emulsion manufacturing facility in Monaca, PA, USA, to increase its capability to produce coater-ready adhesives. The company also revealed that it would launch, at Labelexpo 2006, t… Read More »
Always look on the bright side…
By John Penhallow, Contributing Editor
Published April 10, 2013
If the future looks bleak for you, take comfort in the fact that it could be worse. You might for example be the organizer of Ipex, which used to be billed (unofficially) as Britain’s answer to Dusseldorf-based Interpack. The German packaging s… Read More »
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