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  • Digital Printers & Presses

    Digital Printers & Presses

    Steve Katz, Editor || November 17, 2014
    With so many digital printers and presses now available, we break down the specifications and capabilities of what some of the label industry’s leading suppliers have to offer.

  • 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.

  • Special Effects Labels

    Special Effects Labels

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || November 21, 2013
    So long as there is competition on store shelves, there will be a demand for special effects labels.

  • Records set in Rosemont

    Records set in Rosemont

    Steve Katz, Editor || October 16, 2012
    Labelexpo Americas 2012 was charged with energy and excitement for new products and technologies.

  • Wine Labeling

    Wine Labeling

    March 11, 2011
    This coveted, high-end packaging niche blends the creativity and resources of winemakers, designers, printers, and suppliers.

  • Laser Diecutting

    Laser Diecutting

    Jack Kenny || November 11, 2010
    The dieless cutting technology has surmounted its challenges and begins to penetrate the industry.

  • Offset Printing

    Offset Printing

    March 15, 2010
    A time-tested and challenging print process, offset has loyal followers among high-end label converters and their customers.

  • Release Liners

    Release Liners

    April 26, 2007
    These vital components of the pressure sensitive laminate are steadily evolving in a marketplace that is changing through competition.

  • Synthetic Paper: What is it?

    Talar Sesetyan || July 18, 2005
    Flexibility, durability and versatility make this special breed of film a hot seller among label converters today.

  • Label Stock: Paper vs. Film

    Talar Sesetyan || July 18, 2005
    Substrate variety and quality are greater than ever, and films are showing their muscle.