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  • Cosmo Films releases new universal lidding film

    Cosmo Films releases new universal lidding film

    November 11, 2016
    It is suitable for heat sealing to any of the rigid thermoformed cups/containers made up of PP/HIPS/PET/PVCor PE.

  • Overlamination Films

    Overlamination Films

    Steve Katz, Editor || October 14, 2016
    These products protect labels while adding value.

  • Mitsubishi Polyester Film to expand PET film capacity

    September 28, 2015
    The $100 million investment will include a new film production line scheduled to start up mid-year 2017.

  • Pet Label Film

    January 23, 2013
    Hanita Coatings has recently added a dozen new flame retardant films to its portfolio of specialty labelface products. These black, white and translucent 1 and 1.5 mil (25 and 36 micron) printable facefilms meet the demanding UL 94 VTM-0 flame retard…

  • Film Labels

    Film Labels

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || September 6, 2012
    The popularity of film labels today can be attributed to not only their attractiveness, but also their durability. Here, suppliers share information about their product ranges and latest offerings.

  • Waste Recycling

    Waste Recycling

    Steve Katz || July 21, 2008
    As label converters strive for sustainability, it's important to take a look at what can become of the waste.

  • Film Substrates

    Film Substrates

    August 25, 2006
    An overview of new and recently introduced film products for the label and narrow web converting market.

  • PET Films

    October 18, 2005
    PET Films Sihl Duren Zurich Switzerland PicoFilm targets both digital and laser printing. The new PET films are available up to 300 Ìm in thickness, coated on one or both sides, and with three different top-coats: matte, gloss, or transpare…

  • Shrink Films

    Leah Genuario || July 20, 2005
    New technology and changing markets move shrink in new directions.

  • Label Stock: Paper vs. Film

    Talar Sesetyan || July 18, 2005
    Substrate variety and quality are greater than ever, and films are showing their muscle.