Bemis Company recently launched its latest innovation, Encore™ ultra-clear recyclable film. The technology combines readily recyclable material with shelf-appealing transparency, helping CPGs attract today’s consumers while achieving the sustainability goals of their businesses.
UPM Raflatac has made further strides towards delivering a smarter and more sustainable future with the announcement that all its main HD liners for standard PP and PE films in EMEIA will come from certified sources by the end of 2018.
Xaar and its OEM partner, MapleJet, are leading the way in quality and sustainability for coding and marking onto corrugated boxes with the industrial Xaar 502 GS15 O inkjet printhead providing much larger print height and industrial robustness in the latest MapleJet ProDigit 70 printers.
Fujifilm Europe recently announced the launch of a new food-safe ink which significantly extends the application versatility of the Jet Press 720S for packaging production by enabling it to print on primary food packaging.
US based InkJet, Inc. has introduced its RightScan replacement ink for Trident’s® ScanTrue II ink as a cost-effective and user-friendly alternative to the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) ink for an extensive range of industrial marking and coding applications.
SATO have created PSchouette, a label printing and verification package solution to ensure regulatory compliance for pharmaceuticals.
Label printers have been spoilt for choice when looking at their new digital press options, now they have yet another option to consider. Canon and Océ do have a pedigree in digital inkjet and toner printing so perhaps we should have predicted that the company would add this new press to their armoury of equipment offers to the industry.
The awards, which attracted 261 entries, from 47 companies representing 28 countries were presented during the European Label Forum in Dublin. In addition to the 29 award winners, there were 86 highly commended certificates. Turkey again led the way with a total of 44 entries closely followed by the UK (26) and UAE (24). The number of entries in each class was more evenly distributed than ever with Wines (44) leading and Sets of Labels (25) close behind, Cosmetics and Alcoholic Drinks followed with (22) entries each.
Esko introduces two new solutions – the CDI Crystal 4835 and Print Control Wizard – taking its ‘Flexo Simplified’ offer to a completely new level.
The roadshow will enable both brand owners and converters to explore the digital printing solutions and listen to customer experiences including those of Dr Adrian Steele from the UK’s Mercian Labels.