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Published August 8, 2014
Construction is under way on a new $17 million manufacturing facility along India's eastern coast. Read More »
Published July 24, 2014
The Inkjet Trail will put four of the leading inkjet press manufacturers in the limelight as they use their respective technologies to each produce otherwise identical label designs. Read More »
Published June 17, 2014
Eight new label constructions include a semi-gloss paper with a wet-strength additive for added protection against peeling and tearing. Read More »
Driving sustainable change with UPM’s Biofore Concept Car
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published May 6, 2014
The concept car project aims to show how using alternative materials can significantly improve the overall environmental performance of car manufacturing. Read More »
Published March 13, 2014
3M Deutschland came out on top in meeting Schreiner's needs for quality, logistics, technology and costs. Read More »
Published October 17, 2013
Labelstocks constructed with 1.7 WG enable converters and end users to optimize critical storage space, production and distribution processes. Read More »
Food Labels
By Catherine Diamond
Published January 18, 2012
It’s rare to find a product that people not only require, but enjoy. For converters in the food label industry, this segment offers steady work, but not without challenges. Read More »
Published September 13, 2011
The adhesive is designed for immediate in-line label application on fresh-blown bottles and aims to eliminate work-in-process inventories for plastic bottle manufacturers. 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 »
Shrink Films
By Leah Genuario
Published July 20, 2005
New technology and changing markets move shrink in new directions. Read More »
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