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‘Battling for Shelf Appeal’ in Monaco
Published July 21, 2014
The theme of the 2014 FINAT Congress, held June 5-7 in Monte Carlo, Monaco, was “The Battle for Shelf Appeal.” In introducing the theme, Flint Group’s Niklas Olson, FINAT’s programming committee chair, said, “The competi… Read More »
Published May 30, 2014
North America commands 30% of the global release liner market, of which 45% is currently in the production of labelstock. 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 »
Published September 9, 2013
The initiative is intended to promote dialogue between business, researchers, politicians and the public at large on the subject of avoidable food wastage. Read More »
AWA releases report on Brazil
Published April 30, 2013
The report is available in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Read More »
In-mold Labels
By Steve Katz
Published January 23, 2013
Durable and recyclable, IML also gives brand owners the coveted no-label look. Read More »
The Beauty of India
By Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor
Published October 2, 2012
India’s rapidly growing middle class is driving the beauty and personal care label market’s increasing popularity. Read More »
Film Labels
By Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor
Published 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. Read More »
Published May 11, 2006
I've just returned from chairing a roundtable forum in Europe on liner recycling. The forum was part of an AWA Alexander Watson Associates conference on release liners and, with only one exception, was attended by representatives of all parts of the… Read More »
Published July 20, 2005
Citing economic conditions beyond their control, label stock suppliers recently implemented the latest in a series of price increases. Increases generally hovered around 6 to 7 percent across the board, and many went into effect this month. For some… Read More »
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