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Published July 8, 2014
JETbond 42178 is backed with a 42 lb. poly-coated one-side, white kraft release liner. Read More »
Published January 22, 2014
Linerless labels are growing in popularity due to the savings and sustainability benefits achieved by eliminating release liner. Read More »
The next generation of surface treatment technology?
By Nick Coombes
Published October 14, 2013
Vetaphone, along with Coating Plasma Industrie (CPI), have created EASI-Plasma, a new product for the coating, laminating and printing industries. Read More »
PS Adhesives
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published September 13, 2013
A label’s stickiness involves chemistry, and determining just what it’s supposed to do. Read More »
Label materials business booming
By John Penhallow
Published May 22, 2012
Between raw material price hikes and stagnant European demand, not many labelstock manufacturers are making really good money at the moment. Meet the exception: Herma, based in Germany, which has just announced record 2011 sales of €237 million.… Read More »
Labels and Logistics
By Jules Lejeune, Managing Director, FINAT
Published January 26, 2012
Self adhesive labels offer distinct functional advantages for transport and logistics applications. Read More »
‘Man’ the lifeboats
By John Penhallow
Published January 18, 2012
“Too big to fail” was what they said about Heidelberg, when Europe’s biggest print machinery manufacturer ran out of cash in 2009. The German government, and the banks, duly dipped into their pockets and the patient recovered (and p… Read More »
Published August 4, 2010
The company acquired the remaining shares of GMC and will focus on custom release liner production. Read More »
Film Substrates
Published August 25, 2006
An overview of new and recently introduced film products for the label and narrow web converting market. Read More »
Narrow Web Profile: Novelprint
By Jack Kenny
Published September 7, 2005
In Brazil, one of Latin America's great innovators seeks ever-distant technological horizons. Read More »
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