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  • Synthetic Paper

    Synthetic Paper

    Steve Katz, Editor || January 20, 2017
    Its properties make it an attractive substrate selection for a variety of applications.

  • Patagonia’s wetsuit

    Calvin Frost || January 20, 2017
    Before I tell you the Patagonia story, I need to make a position statement about President-elect Donald Trump’s position on the environment. I won’t write about my view of the man, just that he embraces fossil fuels, has vowed to roll bac…

  • A circular economy, ‘a better future’

    Calvin Frost || November 14, 2016
    Thomas Jefferson said, “I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.” Anne Gaasbeek of Pré Consultancy in the Netherlands echoes much the same in an article in the Public Affairs section of a FINAT publicati…

  • Recycling Compatible Adhesives

    Recycling Compatible Adhesives

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || June 2, 2014
    Despite a huge push to develop greener adhesives, customers are hesitant to embrace these products.

  • Narrow Web Profile:  Label King

    Narrow Web Profile: Label King

    Steve Katz, Editor || April 15, 2014
    Always striving to learn and improve, this San Diego converter keeps growing.

  • Healthy relationships

    Calvin Frost, Contributing Editor || March 13, 2013
    It is probably more difficult to affect culture change than develop a meaningful relationship. Let me try to explain. I was thinking about health and safety (and health insurance) and wondered if “relationships,” internal and external, ar…

  • Two promotions at Channeled Resources

    October 2, 2012
    Tim Isbell and Mario Salamanca have been promoted to industry managers.

  • Industry News

    October 4, 2011
    Multi-Color acquires York Label Group

  • Matrix to Pellets: The Future of Label Waste

    Matrix to Pellets: The Future of Label Waste

    Jack Kenny || March 30, 2010
    A new company in Green Bay, WI, converts label waste into industrial pellets to offset the burning of coal by utilities and other plants.