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  • Order custom labels with free iPhone app

    February 22, 2010
    Denver converter Lightning Labels launches a free iPhone application that allows customers to order a wide range of labels in under a minute.

  • Short Run Labels

    Short Run Labels

    Steve Katz || November 13, 2009
    The capability to effectively deliver short run labels opens converters to new markets and more profits, and the right equipment and process know-how are key tools for success in this segment of the industry.

  • Educational program focuses on intricacies of

    January 16, 2008
    The second Label & Narrow Web Symposium, presented for converters by converters and others closely involved with the industry, took place November 14 and 15 in New Brunswick, NJ, USA. Attendees were able to network among the 40 sponsoring s…

  • The Top 10 Challenges of Digital Printing

    The Top 10 Challenges of Digital Printing

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

  • Five label converters rank in Inc. 5000

    August 28, 2007
    Inc. magazine has generated its Top 5,000 list of fastest growing private companies in the United States, and five label converting firms are on the list.

  • Lightning Labels orders new HP digital press

    December 19, 2006
    Lightning Labels, one of the nation’s first all digital label printers, is expanding its capacity by ordering a new ws4500 digital label press from HP. The newest version of the Indigo press, launched in September at Labelexpo in Chicago, will…

  • Lightning Labels launches label printing blog

    May 23, 2006
    Lightning Labels, an all-digital label printer in Denver, CO, USA, has announced the launch of its weblog. The Lightning Labels blog provides an inside look into the world of custom labels and digital label printing. “Our blog is a free info…

  • Digital Printing

    Digital Printing

    November 28, 2005
    The growth of plateless printing is steady, and is attracting attention from some non-traditional printers.