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Published April 25, 2014
Paper@Work is an ongoing series of briefings detailing a spectrum of important topics impacting the world of specialty papers. Read More »
Published April 15, 2014
Brady has announced the expansion of its industrial identification offering with its new direct thermal paper labels, including a permanent (B-813) option and a removable (B-816) option. As the first direct thermal products from Brady, these labels o… Read More »
Published April 15, 2014
Herma’s self-adhesive materials division has released a new thermal paper: HERMAtherm top M.  Ideally suited for weight and price labeling of pre-packaged foods, it can be coated with all permanent Herma adhesives. HERMAtherm top M has dem… Read More »
Published March 3, 2014
The first direct thermal products from Brady include both permanent and removable options. Read More »
Published November 13, 2013
“How UV LED Inkjet Technology is Increasing Profits for Flexographic Printers” is available for free on the company's website. Read More »
By Lisa Berghaus, Mgr Marketing Communications
Published May 7, 2013
The method to embed RFID tags in paper could help combat document counterfeiting. Read More »
Beverage Label Paper
Published April 19, 2012
Newpage Corp. has launched a new, lightweight label paper: EcoPoint 40-lb. This wet strength label paper is designed for use in the bottled water, juice and soft drink industries. If offers a source reduction advantage to beverage producers, with… Read More »
Synthetic Substrates
By Catherine Diamond
Published September 8, 2011
The proliferation of synthetic substrates on today's market is a result of not only their sustainability and eco-friendly factor, but also their strength and unrivaled durability. Read More »
Recycling Compatible Adhesives
By Steve Katz
Published July 7, 2009
Commercially available, RCAs allow converters to become greener while helping the paper recycling industry. Read More »
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