Although many consumer goods manufacturers (CGMs) and packaging suppliers have comprehensive, fully integrated packaging operations, there are strong arguments that favor outsourcing certain printing, slitting and winding activities to contractors specializing in these areas.
Flexible Packaging sits down with Issam Lutfiyya, director of global sales & marketing, and SaaS business unit leader for Baldwin Vision Systems, to discuss the advantages of employing an inspection and detection system in package printing operations and where the technology is headed.
Changeover process minimizes start-up waste and reduces downtime.
May 9, 2019
Quick changes are the core business of Wesselink Drukwerk, a high-quality Dutch packaging printer working in the food and non-food sectors. Despite specializing in flexible packaging, the company chose the offset route from the outset and still considers this as the key to its continued success.
By becoming a one-stop shop for all things flexible packaging, Consolidated Packaging Group has skyrocketed to new heights.
October 1, 2017
Consolidated Packaging Group (CPG) prides itself on fast time to market, quality and a high level of customer service. But perhaps the Ridgefield Park, New Jersey-based printer/converter's biggest competitive advantage is how diversified it is in its business.
Today, the co-founder and CEO of McKinney, Texas-based Popular Ink Co., a printer and converter of flexible packaging, is helming a company that’s achieved year-after-year sales growth and is currently on target to reach $30 million in revenue by the end of 2016.
After 11 days, the 1,837 exhibitors from 54 countries unanimously reported excellent business deals, extremely promising contacts and a positive outlook for the global printing industry at Drupa 2016, held May 31 through June 10 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
While it may seem like an easy choice to decide on a printing technology, there are a lot of different factors that determine which one is best, especially when you consider the cost of printing equipment.
What’s changed about this year’s PACK EXPO International because of the pandemic? Nothing! Well, just the name. And format. But you can still make connections and see the latest trends. Get the lowdown on PACK EXPO Connects with Flexible Packaging’s preview in the October issue! Also, see how Midwest values helped bring two companies together when one of them was looking to bring pouch converting in-house. Find out what’s driving automation investments for converters and much more!