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Published August 4, 2014
Data Transcripts Self-adhesive Materials and Markets Bulletin will continue under the AWA brand name. Read More »
OVERLAMINATING FILM
Published July 21, 2014
Herma’s new overlaminating film has been designed to make it possible to manufacture paper labels that can be widely used even in harsh and critical environments. This product from Herma’s Self-Adhesive Materials division comprises of… Read More »
Published February 6, 2014
The company has recently launched two new polypropylene films as well as a polyolefin film. Read More »
Raising a glass to labels
By Jules Lejeune, Managing Director, FINAT
Published May 31, 2013
I believe that it is to the whisky and brandy distillers of Europe that we, in the self-adhesive label industry, should drink a long toast. They were one of the key early market sectors to realize the potential of our labeling technology – and… Read More »
Published April 10, 2013
Schreiner ProTech has launched a self-adhesive film for use in the automotive sector, which experiences technical challenges related to adhesion on oily, greasy and dirty surfaces. Protection Films are designed to ensure reliable covering, even in sl… Read More »
Lamination Films
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published October 11, 2012
Tasked with protecting a label’s properties, these products perform an unseen yet crucial role. Read More »
Adding Value to Packaging
By Jules Lejeune, Managing Director, FINAT
Published August 21, 2012
Label converters benefit from being part of a harmonized but complex value chain. Read More »
Beer brand
By Steve Katz
Published April 12, 2011
High-end, cost effective graphics have Heineken building on its iconic branding. Read More »
Self-Wound Overlamination
By Karen L. Frascella
Published October 18, 2005
A favorite super hero of flexo label printers Read More »
Label Stock: Paper vs. Film
By Talar Sesetyan
Published July 18, 2005
Substrate variety and quality are greater than ever, and films are showing their muscle. Read More »
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