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ETI Converting launches first linerless applicator

November 17, 2011

According to the company, a dozen brand owners have already expressed interest in this industrial applicator that fits a label of any shape.

ETI Converting announces the upcoming installation of an industrial linerless applicator at a household product manufacturer in Montreal.

"The linerless we have been hearing about for years will finally see the light of day and people in the industry will realize that it does not make sense to waste 50% of the material used to make a pressure sensitive label," said Francois Bayzelon of ETI.

According to the company, this new labeling method will not limit the shape of the label or the application speed; it will allow label users to utilize linerless technology without any marketing compromise or modifications to their product lines.

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