LabelExpo America (running from September 25 – 27at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, Illinois) will include the first Automation Arena, which was first presented at Labelexpo Europe in 2017.
Cosmo Films has introduced a cast polypropylene (CPP) metalised film with high metal bond strength. This film has been specially designed to offer superior inter layer bond strength for making multi-layer laminate structures, which in turn enhances barrier properties.
Coveris has announced a new A$1.6 million investment plan at its linerless labels facility in Spalding which will see the manufacturer increase capacity by over 20% in order to meet growing demand for the sustainable pack format.
At the recent Print4All exhibition in Milan, BST eltromat introduced its FVG POS 100 sensor positioner and ekr 500 digital Unit Touch controller for web guiding.
With the collaboration between OneVision Software AG and Screen GP Americas, day-to-day production for label printers now becomes significantly easier. The seamless integration of OneVision's automated label printing software solution, ‘DigiLabel’, working seamlessly with Screen's Equios Workflow, streamlines production time and helps achieve cost and production savings.
Labels & Labeling will host the second session in its ‘Exploring Flexible Packaging’ webinar series that will examine the technical considerations of flexible packaging production.
Hop-Syn GO is a surface treated, clay coated, calendered polypropylene that is designed to print on Indigo presses.
During the upcoming Flexible Packaging & Label Manufacturers Association (FPLMA) Technical Forum, Eric Hoendervangers (Global Marketing & Sales Director of MPS Systems) will speak about the opportunities and challenges of bringing The Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 to the printing industry.
UPM Raflatac's new Biofore Site will facilitate growth of a strong sustainability culture and increase transparency.
The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals are the framework that governments, business and civil society use to drive the sustainability agenda. With those goals in mind, UPM Raflatac developed the Biofore Site™ concept and set responsibility targets for 2030 that aim to improve its environmental, social and economic performance. The aim is to build a site-specific roadmap that includes auditing, measuring and evaluating progress. The Biofore Site™ concept will facilitate growth of a strong sustainability culture and increase transparency.