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  • Cosmo Films launches new line of lamination films

    October 24, 2016
    The BOPP-based Black Velvet line is suitable for post-lamination processes like spot UV, foil stamping and printing.

  • Lintec looks to the West

    Lintec looks to the West

    Steve Katz, Editor || August 25, 2015
    The Japanese leader is entering the European label market, making its Labelexpo debut in Brussels.

  • FIT-FOR-PURPOSE LABELS

    November 21, 2013
    UPM Raflatac has introduced a range of next generation products to offer fit-for-purpose performance for the main end-use segments. The Fit range combines increased production efficiency and sustainability credentials with no compromises on printing…

  • The European label printers’ role in food safety

    The European label printers’ role in food safety

    Jay Betton, Business Segment Manager (Food and Retail Labeling), UPM Raflatac EMEA || October 10, 2013
    Label printers who supply to the EU food industry have a key role to play in new regulations.

  • Sustainability

    Sustainability

    Steve Katz, Editor || October 9, 2012
    Examining a label’s life cycle is paramount to developing a greener product.

  • Film Labels

    Film Labels

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || 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.

  • Diecutting

    Diecutting

    Steve Katz || January 18, 2012
    The label industry’s changing demands have led to a paradigm shift within the sector.

  • New liners for old

    November 11, 2010
    In an age when almost every type of paper-based product is being recycled in a cradle-to-cradle process, release liner stands out as a black spot on a green horizon. Nobody loves spent liner, and end users have to pay good money to have it taken away…