Sustainability and recyclability: What was once a trend in the packaging industry is now a necessity. Consumers are demanding it, brands are establishing ambitious goals and it’s up to the suppliers, equipment manufacturers and everyone else to work together in achieving it all.
The biennial Labelexpo Americas show took place from September 25-27, 2018, at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois. As is the case with Labelexpo, many exhibitors planned special product launches to complement their participation at the event.
Though Inland Packaging offers everything from shrink sleeves to various narrow web flexible packaging today, it got its start in the big beer and craft beer markets – markets that are riddled with competition and where various brands yearn to stand out.
What if you could scan a special 2D barcode on the label with your smartphone and have the wine actually talk to you? Talking labels could soon be coming to a store near you, thanks to a Seattle-based startup’s development of Soundpaper.
At Overnight Labels, a Deer Park, New York-based manufacturer specializing in custom-printed shrink sleeves, neckbands, flexible films, and both pressure- and non-pressure-sensitive labels, among other products, the packaging marketplace pushes their labeling capabilities and offerings.
Sonoco has released PromoPeel Integrated Label Technology for flexible packaging, which allows brand owners to create an instant redeemable coupon or label as a part of the product packaging, guaranteeing a consistent label position while saving production time and costs. The label lays flat, removes cleanly and eliminates scanning issues at the register.
Label Technology, Inc., a converter of flexible packaging, pouches and pressure-sensitive labels, announced today that it has received a proclamation from Senator Anthony Cannella in recognition of its commitment to environmentally-friendly business practices.
The new location is outfitted with Label Technology’s most sophisticated flexible packaging presses, lamination systems and pouch making production lines.
August 27, 2015
Label Technology, Inc., a leading converter of flexible packaging, finished pouches and pressure-sensitive labels, has announced that it has completed the transfer of its flexible packaging operations to a 90,000 square foot manufacturing location down the street from its current building.