Spanish company Lecta has extended its portfolio of Metalvac products with the new Metalvac G paper, an range of high substance papers (from 105 g/m2 to 170g/m2), especially designed for high-end graphic applications and premium packaging.
Developing ways to harness the skills of tomorrow’s label converter leaders, driving industry efficacy, and understanding the major changes across the print technology base were the overriding themes of this year’s international labelling association FINAT held its fourth European Label Forum in Dublin in June.
Memjet continues to gain traction in the world of industrial printing with the news that the new Gallus Smartfire uses Memjet heads.
UPM Raflatac is taking another step forward in its drive to label a smarter future by announcing that it has developed a range of wash-off film labeling solutions for a variety of end uses that can help brands create a circular economy and also meet or even accelerate their ambitious sustainability targets.
Esko hosts 4th Flexible Packaging Honours Class for international group of young graphic arts graduates
Esko has shared its know-how for flexible packaging with an international group of young graphic arts graduates during the fourth annual Flexible Packaging Honours Class.
Sophisticated label substrates have experienced exponential growth due to demand for high-end applications according FINAT’s latest findings.
With Japan’s IGAS trade fair set to open on July 26th, Screen is taking a very digital theme with ‘Digital Everywhere,’ to be held at Tokyo Big Sight in Ariake, Tokyo.
The plant shutdown of an important UV Ink precursor has companies worried about inkjet and UV LED ink supply, as well as major coatings.
Color-Logic has certified the HP Indigo demonstration centre in Singapore. Confirming the certification, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves commented: "Color-Logic has inspected a variety of samples printed at the Singapore HP demonstration centre on the HP Indigo 6900 with the new HP silver ink.
Dutch company, Louis Dreyfus Company installs cotton traceability system at it's Moree gin in New South Wales.
Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) recently announced the installation of Applied DNA Sciences’ SigNature T cotton traceability system at its Moree gin in Australia to tag, test and track pure HomeGrown Australian cotton.