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Constantia Flexibles releases SpearRC
Published February 24, 2015
The environmentally-friendly technology is designed to allow PET bottles to use PS labels without the recycling contamination of traditional materials. Read More »
Published January 26, 2015
Adhesive coating and laminating company FLEXcon has announced the newest version in its Durable Product Marking (DPM) series of pressure sensitive films designed for DPM U 150 Silver V-29 150 Poly H-9. The mirror-like finish of DPM U 150 Silver offe… Read More »
Labels in Brazil
Published March 13, 2014
A new AWA profile of the market identifies challenges and opportunities. Read More »
Catching up with Don Nolan
Published January 7, 2014
The president of Avery Dennison’s Materials Group talks sustainability with L&NW. Read More »
What’s next for release liner?
By Ann Hirst-Smith
Published November 5, 2013
The recent AWA seminar on label release liner focused on issues and opportunities. Read More »
IML gaining ground
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published July 15, 2013
Nicolas Beck of Beck Automation discusses with L&NW the current and future potential of in-mold labeling. Read More »
Avery Dennison opens Knowledge Center in India
Published August 28, 2012
The new education and training facility is the first of its kind for the South Asia region. Read More »
Matrix to Pellets: The Future of Label Waste
By Jack Kenny
Published March 30, 2010
A new company in Green Bay, WI, converts label waste into industrial pellets to offset the burning of coal by utilities and other plants. Read More »
European Label Markets
By John Penhallow
Published May 13, 2008
Europe is a grand mixture � an agglomeration, some might say � of cultures and economies. The label scene, still healthy but in flux, mirrors the continent's diversity. Read More »
Narrow Web Profile: Adams & Tapp
By Jack Kenny
Published July 20, 2005
Two award-winning converters from Canada form a powerful bond. Read More »



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