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Abbott Label names customer service manager

November 6, 2012

Leann BeVelle is focused on forming strong partnerships with Abbott's distributors.

Abbott Label, Inc. has announced the promotion of Leann BeVelle to customer service manager at its corporate headquarters in Dallas, TX, USA. She is focused on forming strong partnerships with Abbott's distributors to grow business.

BeVelle enters into this position with over 25 years of experience in the flexographic printing industry. She started with Curtis 1000 in 1987 and has served in various roles along the way ranging from sales to customer service. "This strategic move brings a fresh new dynamic to our management team and will enhance our reputation as an industry leader in quality, responsiveness and service," says Rich Standish, new business development at Abbott Label. 

Abbott Label, Inc. is a trade-only, manufacturer of both stock and custom pressure sensitive / non-pressure sensitive labels and tags. The Abbott family has been in the label manufacturing business since 1979. The company does not sell direct to end user consumers and relies solely on  trusted distribution channels. Stock label selection includes over 300 items consisting of blank and colored thermal transfer rolls and fan-folded labels, direct thermal rolls and fan-folded labels, thermal ribbons, blank and colored pin-feed address labels and blank 8.5” x 11” laser sheets in a variety of die cut configurations.

Abbott's custom label capabilities include three manufacturing locations, four color process labels up to 17” wide, 8 color printing, UL / UL-C compliant labels, security labels, special adhesive labels, durable labels, flexible packaging films, printing on liner, printing on adhesive, UV coating, laminating, thousands of dies and an
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