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    July 22, 2015
    The Avery Dennison Durables portfolio for reliable labeling under extreme conditions has been upgraded in Europe with new service options across many materials. It means smaller inventories and lower costs for European label converters who are workin…

  • Avery Dennison enhances durables portfolio in Europe

    June 9, 2015
    This product update means smaller inventories and lower costs for European label converters in multiple segments.

  • Flexo Printing

    Flexo Printing

    Steve Katz, Editor || March 13, 2014
    Components of the label industry’s primary print process continue to advance, driving flexo’s evolution.

  • Digital Finishing Equipment

    Digital Finishing Equipment

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || November 21, 2013
    Machinery manufacturers have successfully kept pace with the latest digital printing technology.

  • Flexible Packaging

    Flexible Packaging

    Steve Katz, Editor || April 10, 2013
    Narrow web label printers have what it takes to offer convenience and versatility in a one-stop-shop.

  • Shorter Rolls

    January 23, 2013
    MACtac has expanded its MACcopy line with the introduction of MACcopy Jr. for customers interested in purchasing shorter rolls of label stock for roll-fed laser printing on color digital presses, such as the Primera CX1200. MACcopy Jr. is available i…

  • Flexo Presses

    Flexo Presses

    Steve Katz, Editor || March 8, 2012
    Considered the backbone of the industry, flexo presses continue to evolve in order to keep pace with a printer’s wants and needs.

  • Short Run Labels

    Short Run Labels

    Steve Katz || November 13, 2009
    The capability to effectively deliver short run labels opens converters to new markets and more profits, and the right equipment and process know-how are key tools for success in this segment of the industry.

  • Letterpress

    Jack Kenny || July 11, 2005
    The letterpress market might be constrained, but label converters and their customers still demand the quality that this traditional printing process delivers.