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Published April 8, 2014
The new heavyweight caliper papers are designed for projects demanding lay-flat properties. Read More »
Published February 26, 2014
Enhancements to Boise machinery will result in expanded functionality for label release liner applications. Read More »
Published July 2, 2013
The new report will include an overview of market demand, trends and opportunities. 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 July 10, 2012
Cycle4green services allow used release liner to become recycled paper products. Read More »
Testing Equipment
By Steve Katz
Published October 11, 2010
Predictability is an important of the label converting workflow. And there's a wide range of machinery available that can ensure that a label will behave like it's supposed to. Read More »
Published September 27, 2010
The company has formed agreements with businesses that turn waste into usable byproducts. Read More »
Waste Recycling
By Steve Katz
Published July 21, 2008
As label converters strive for sustainability, it's important to take a look at what can become of the waste. Read More »
Published July 19, 2005
New non-adhesive products Avery Dennison Fasson Roll N.A. Painesville, OH USA New introductions include Wet Strength Beverage Labels, V-Max Select and Select Plus grades, 30# MG Easy Release Liner, Faslam LT and 50# C1S Litho. New domestic wet st… Read More »
Published September 16, 2010
The company is working with end users to return the spent liner back to its South Carolina plant. Read More »
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