Under the theme "Pioneering Change," the company showcased a wide range of new adhesive technologies.
A first of its kind, the Avery Dennison Labelexpo Europe booth was made from label waste.
Avery Dennison's Drum Label Portfolio includes a list of 63 adhesive-facestock combinations (corresponding to more than 180 product codes) that are compliant with Section two of the BS 5609 (Marine Immersion test).
Avery Dennison’s patented Clear Hotmelt adhesive offers a new alternative for chilled food applications.
Hot Metal Label allows label converters to offer producers of metal and steel parts a highly effective option – an easy-to-apply label that ensures traceability throughout the manufacturing process.
TT Sensor Plus 2 is intended for pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, and other industries where careful monitoring of a temperature-controlled supply chain ensures compliance and quality.
Wafer-thin, tough, and economical, RFID inlays can be used in a wide variety of objects, including virtually any pressure-sensitive label construction.
The Avery Dennison Sensorial Collection offers various effects, from wood to velvet – allowing brands to create unique label designs that engage multiple consumer senses.
Avery Dennison’s heat-activated adhesive technology allows manufacturers of automotive interior and safety components and OEMs to apply safety and warning labels onto woven and non-woven textiles without sewing.
Avery Dennison has developed a portfolio of materials designed to reduce packaging falsification and tampering in the pharmaceutical sector.
Avery Dennison’s exclusive silver water-based inkjet film helps to differentiate products on the shelf.
Closing the wet-wipe stickiness gap: New adhesive range from Avery Dennison.