If you still have a static electricity problem then Meech International may have the answer.
The Procter & Gamble Company has joined other major corporations by announcing new environmental sustainability goals.
For all those intending to travel to Bangkok for the Labelexpo show in May, you may want to attend one of these conference sessions:
Mark Andy have said that their toner-based entry level digital press, Digital One, is attracting interest from a wide variety of companies, from label converters to brand owners, and advertising agencies, all of which see the benefits of a system that offers high quality print and converting inline.
In 2018 Women in Print (WiP) will celebrate its 11th year providing a unique forum for women working in the print media industry to expand their networks and, at the same time, learn from some of Australia’s leading businesswomen.
Dutch company Ioniqa has developed a proprietary technology that is able to convert any PET waste - including coloured packs - back into transparent virgin grade material. The technology has successfully passed its pilot stage and is now moving towards testing at an industrial scale.
Nilpeter Asia Pacific will make a “grand entrance” at the first edition of LabelExpo Southeast Asia in Bangkok. At the stand, Nilpeter will showcase and demonstrate the All New FA printing press.
UPM Raflatac announces clear-on-clear and solid white label materials to join PP Lite sustainable range
UPM Raflatac has further expanded its PP Lite range of labeling solutions for the European market with the introduction of two new products, clear-on-clear PP FTC Lite and PP Solid White FTC Lite. The PP Lite range helps brands achieve their sustainability targets with lightweight, eco-designed face materials, adhesives, and backing materials.
Sue will lead the team and facilitate the growth of production and industrial print in Australia. Konica Minolta’s strong brand equity, exceptional support and service, along with continued product innovations, are key to its success and growth in the space.
The Label Industry is looking for nominations for the 2018 Label Industry Global Awards.