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Published August 26, 2014
The company's highest performing water-based PSA, Covinax 383-19, was developed for use in extreme environmental conditions. Read More »
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published June 2, 2014
I really enjoy the candid conversations I have with label printers, especially the ones where they preface what they’re about to say with an “off the record,” or conclude their thought with a “you can’t print that.&rdquo… Read More »
Recycling Compatible Adhesives
By Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor
Published June 2, 2014
Despite a huge push to develop greener adhesives, customers are hesitant to embrace these products. Read More »
Published May 13, 2014
The new dermaFLEX product line meets ISO 10993 biocompatibility standards. Read More »
Published January 24, 2014
UPM Raflatac has announced the renewal of its removable adhesive portfolio with the addition of RR19 and RR12. Labelstocks constructed with these adhesives provide good initial tack and lasting adhesion to a wide array of substrates, yet offer excell… Read More »
Published July 17, 2012
The paper was authored to address the issues surrounding recycling protocols of PET thermoformed containers. 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 »
Published March 13, 2014
UPM Raflatac has launched a redesigned website at www.upmraflatac.com, featuring a fresh new look, richer content and enhanced access to product information. The new website offers extensive and upgraded product information for UPM Raflatac self-adh… Read More »
Published May 31, 2013
UPM has announced a cooperation for release liner recovery with the French subsidiary of Aliplast, an Italian company specializing in the collection and treatment of recovered plastic films. This partnership expands Aliplast’s recycling service… Read More »
Published March 12, 2013
China produces about 2.5 billion stamps each year, worth 1.5 billion euros. Read More »
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