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.
British company GEW , a manufacturer of UV curing systems for printing, coating and converting applications warns against potential patent infringements.
New South Wales SME’s to benefit from $30 million investment in small business upskilling.
Jet Technologies has today launched the first high-volume bio-plastics coffee packaging solution in Australia. This is the first-time Australian coffee manufacturers are able to present their coffee beans in packaging that is fully biodegradable, but still strong enough to protect the quality of the product.
Nestlé today announced its ambition to make 100% of its packaging recyclable or re-usable by 2025. Its vision is that none of its packaging, including plastics, ends up in landfill or as litter. Nestlé believes that there is an urgent need to minimize the impact of packaging on the environment.
Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc. (MPM) in the USA has introduced Envi 96 Label. Envi 96 Label is a high performance, brilliant white, Forest Stewardship Council Certified, wet strength label stock ideal for beverage and other consumer packaged goods labeling applications.
In 2016, Sappi was the first manufacturer to launch a packaging paper with integrated sealing functionality. This packaging solution generated a great deal of interest in the market and has gradually been developed further. Now Sappi is introducing Sappi Seal to the market, the second generation of this flexible packaging solution with improved sealing properties, which is also recyclable.
What must be a major win for Ricoh is the news that the company has been selected as the exclusive managed print services provider for Shell. As part of the agreement, Ricoh will support managed print operations of Shell in 98 global locations including deployment of Ricoh’s Streamline NX, Device Manager NX and Mobile Printing software.