A look back at Labelexpo

January 26, 2014

The 2013 show in Brussels saw the unveiling of more than 150 new products, while attracting its largest crowd to date.


Laser diecutting specialist Spartanics had a busy show. The company teamed up with Durst to offer in-line laser diecutting on the Durst Tau 330 UV inkjet label press.


RotoMetrics showcased its newly launched flexible die portfolio, the Accu-Series, designed to deliver value across the entire spectrum, from short run jobs through to the longest running abrasive or high speed film applications.

The Atomium

Designed for the 1958 World's Fair, the Atomium welcomes visitors to Labelexpo in Brussels.

Awards and Accolades

A large crowd enjoys the Label Industry Global Awards, celebrating innovation and excellence in the industry.

'And the winner is...'

Don Nolan accepts the sustainability award for CleanFlake on behalf of Avery Dennison. Handing him the award was Filip Weymans of Xeikon, the award's sponsor.

Avery Dennison

Avery Dennison introduced 17 new products and technologies, including CleanFlake, a system designed to improve the recylcability of PET containers.

AB Graphic International

AB Graphic exhibited a wide range of machinery, from entry-level Digicon Lite machines to higher-end equipment for the beverage and cosmetic markets.


The Prati booth drew a large crowd as the company made its official entry into the packaging sector with the brand new Athena IML series for in-mold labeling.


The XFlex X6 shown by Omet mixed four flexo groups and five offset units with sleeves, the latest innovation from the Italian press manufacturer.