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  • X-Rite partners with HAVI Global Solutions

    April 18, 2016
    HGS will support the PantoneLIVE ecosystem for digital color communications as part of its print quality management solution.

  • RotoMetrics comes to LIFE

    January 5, 2016
    The 64th facility is also the first die and tool manufacturer to achieve LIFE certification from TLMI.

  • UPM Raflatac introduces renewed food labeling product range

    October 29, 2015
    The range covers everything from clear labels designed specifically for clear packaging, to food rotation labels.

  • Sleek and sustainable

    Sleek and sustainable

    July 21, 2015
    Method Products has expanded its liquid laundry offering, introducing its new 4X Concentrated Detergent product in a 53oz polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottle containing 100% post-consumer recycled (PCR) PET resin from Amcor Rigid Plastics, one of…

  • Addressing Shrink Sleeve Recyclability

    Addressing Shrink Sleeve Recyclability

    Lou Thurston || December 1, 2014
    To date there have been three primary areas of focus – de-labeling, de-seaming and floatable labels.

  • Companies to Watch: Eleftheriades

    John Penhallow || October 14, 2013
    Eleftheriades 36 Kilkis St., Nicosia, Cypress +357-22-481900 • The island of Cyprus does not often get into the international news bulletins, and when it does it is usually for the wrong reasons. One of the smalles…

  • Synthetic Substrates

    Synthetic Substrates

    Catherine Diamond || September 8, 2011
    The proliferation of synthetic substrates on today's market is a result of not only their sustainability and eco-friendly factor, but also their strength and unrivaled durability.

  • Labelexpo Europe 2007

    Labelexpo Europe 2007

    October 9, 2007
    Record crowds and a record number of exhibitors made this year's Labelexpo the industry hot spot.

  • The Tag Market

    Lisa Nieves || July 11, 2005
    A few new ideas emerge in an otherwise flat tag industry.