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Debating release liner
Published June 2, 2014
Different elements of the label value chain addressed recycling initiatives at this year's FINAT Technical Seminar. Read More »
Conference Report: The AWA Release Liner Seminar
By Ann Hirst-Smith
Published January 24, 2014
Every year during the busy autumn season of packaging industry shows and conferences, the release liner industry takes a day out to analyze its present, and its future, in pressure sensitive labeling. It was Europe’s turn this year to host the… Read More »
What’s next for release liner?
By Ann Hirst-Smith
Published November 5, 2013
The recent AWA seminar on label release liner focused on issues and opportunities. Read More »
Release Liner: The AWA 2012 Industry Conference
Published May 23, 2012
An in-depth look at the release liner market sheds light on the global labeling industry. Read More »
Release Liner
Published July 12, 2011
Demand for thin, film-based products is changing the face of the release liner market. Read More »
Published June 14, 2010
The recycling process involves collection of liners and de-siliconization, resulting in the generation of fine and specialty papers. Read More »
Release Liners
Published April 26, 2007
These vital components of the pressure sensitive laminate are steadily evolving in a marketplace that is changing through competition. Read More »
Published November 21, 2013
Dow Corning has introduced two new thermally conductive adhesives developed to enable design of more compact, reliable and higher performing automotive electronics assemblies. The new silicone technologies include Dow Corning TC-2030 Thermally Conduc… 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 »
Fearing migration
Published January 23, 2013
Many European countries, most notably Germany and Britain, seem to have an almost pathological fear of migration. Not the kind that has boat people landing in quiet creeks (though lots of people are afraid of that too), but the migration of nasty che… Read More »
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