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By Jaime Orozco, Vice President International Business
Paper Substrates
By Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor
Published September 13, 2013
Suppliers have expanded their portfolios to meet converters’ need for sustainable, durable papers that are compatible with multiple print technologies. Read More »
Published December 6, 2011
Hank Newell will succeed Thomas Howatt as president and CEO of the Wisconsin paper company on New Year’s Day. Read More »
Published February 1, 2010
The materials supplier offers a range of certified products for its digital label and packaging customers. Read More »
Published May 20, 2008
Flint acquires Siegwerk in Australia, New Zealand Flint Group has signed an agreement with Siegwerk Group to acquire Siegwerk’s packaging ink business in Australia and New Zealand. The agreement includes the intangible assets, sales, marketin… Read More »
Published March 26, 2008
Wausau Coated has attained chain of custody certification through the Forest Stewardship Council as a pressure sensitive manufacturer. Read More »
Published March 12, 2008
Wausau Coated Products, of Wausau, WI, USA, a manufacturer of pressure sensitive roll and sheet label products, has announced lower minimum order quantities on all stocked HP Indigo products. Read More »
Published May 15, 2007
WAUSAU COATED PRODUCTS, Wausau, WI, USA — Mike Mead has joined the company as marketing manager. He will be responsible for identification of potential business through end-use market research, evaluation and development of distribution network… Read More »
Synthetic Paper: What is it?
By Talar Sesetyan
Published July 18, 2005
Flexibility, durability and versatility make this special breed of film a hot seller among label converters today. Read More »
Matrix to Pellets: The Future of Label Waste
By Jack Kenny
Published 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. Read More »
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