Quick changes are the core business of Netherlands-based Wesselink Drukwerk, a flexible packaging printer working in the food and non-food sectors. From the outset, Wesselink Drukwerk has used offset printing. It still considers the printing technology crucial to its success.
It’s an odd-numbered year, which means it’s an ICE USA year. The biennial trade show returns to Orlando, Florida’s Orange County Convention Center from April 25-27. The following week, about 2,000 miles west, FTA InfoFlex will be held at the Phoenix Convention Center May 1-2.
The FDA has set July 2018 as the deadline for food manufacturers and brands to be in compliance with new nutrition labeling requirements. For companies with large product portfolios, the requirements can affect thousands of different labels.
Flexible Packaging caught up with Daniels following the purchase and installation of an Indigo 20000 press in fall 2016, which it plans to use for its growing shrink sleeve, flexible packaging and labels business in the microbrewery, supplement and nutraceuticals markets, among others.
In just under 25 years, Poly Print has morphed from a regional flexo printer into a national one. It’s branched out from food and beverage markets to serve everything from pharmaceuticals to consumer products.
Digital label printers and narrow web printing systems will help you meet growing demand for shorter runs, versioning, all while helping to reduce inventory. But what type of machine and what resolutions are you looking for? Are you interested in variable data?
Flexible Packaging recently caught up with Jay Dollries, CEO of Innovative Labeling Solutions (ILS), a company that has a total of six digital presses ranging from narrow web to wide web at its Hamilton, Ohio, facility.