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Published December 2, 2013
In Shanghai, the labelstock supplier is introducing products developed especially for the region in a wide range of markets. Read More »
Published October 14, 2013
UPM Raflatac has announced the launch of RH04FG, a hotmelt adhesive that is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for direct contact with fruit and vegetable skin. RH04FG offers high initial tack, securely affixing labels to all fruit… Read More »
Published August 27, 2013
RH04FG is a hotmelt adhesive approved for direct contact with fruit and vegetable skin. Read More »
Published March 13, 2013
UPM Raflatac launched a range of products featuring RH15, a new freezer-grade hotmelt adhesive for the Americas market. RH15 is designed to adhere to frosty, wet or moist packaging. And, it can also be used for standard, unfrozen applications. H… Read More »
Published November 29, 2012
UPM Raflatac is investing in new hotmelt adhesive mixing and coating technology at its self-adhesive labelstock factory in Changshu, China. With this in-house hotmelt manufacturing capability, UPM Raflatac says it will be offering label converters cu… Read More »
Published November 13, 2012
The in-house adhesive mixing and coating technology is located at the company's Changshu, China facility. Read More »
Published June 12, 2007
UPM Raflatac, the Finland based manufacturer of pressure sensitive materials, has received an operations permit to construct its new self-adhesive label materials factory in Kobierzyce, about 10 kilometers from Wroclaw in the southwestern part of Poland. Read More »
Published September 15, 2008
Michael Bryant is the new president. Read More »
Published October 5, 2011
More than 400 industry vendors displayed their products and materials at Labelexpo Europe. Here is a selection of the outstanding offerings. Read More »
Published July 19, 2005
RFID technology remains an enigma. There have been some encouraging developments, but the soaring rates of growth spoken off in the mid 1990s look as far away as ever. Even the events of last September have failed to expand RFID security usage to any… Read More »
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