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Published October 10, 2013
Differential release liners consist of a substrate with a different release coating on each side. Read More »
Published November 29, 2012
ExxonMobil Chemical has introduced a new Label-Lyte film, which has been designed with low density to facilitate flotation separation of the label from bottles in support of PET bottle-to-bottle recycling (where available). The company says it also p… Read More »
Published December 26, 2011
A new Freedonia Group report says demand will rise 3.3 percent per year to $2.4 billion in 2015. Read More »
Synthetic Substrates
By Catherine Diamond
Published September 8, 2011
The proliferation of synthetic substrates on today's market is a result of not only their sustainability and eco-friendly factor, but also their strength and unrivaled durability. Read More »
Films
By Steve Katz
Published September 2, 2009
Suppliers of film substrates have developed a wide range of products in order to meet the shifting needs of their label converting customers. Read More »
Anilox Roll Specifications: Line Count or Volume?
By Dan Foy
Published July 22, 2008
The author makes a case for the use of anilox cell volume as the best specification for achieving optimum ink performance and color reproduction. Read More »
Published July 20, 2005
Labeling films ExxonMobil Chemical Chicago IL USA The company has unveiled a number of films. Metallyte X-28 UBW-ES is a multi-layer, cavitated white OPP film designed to replace foil and a sealant web by combining the properties of each into one.… Read More »
Release Liners
Published July 18, 2005
Understanding this powerful and versatile component of the pressure sensitive label. Read More »
Hard to Handle
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published March 13, 2013
The industry‚Äôs materials handling equipment protects against both worker injury and damaged product. Read More »
Digital Printing Market
By Jack Kenny, Editor
Published November 17, 2011
As the digital print market continues to grow, label converters opt for a variety of proven processes. Read More »
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