The companies are collaborating to develop Mark & Read applications for global fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies.
Virgo from Label Power is a compact desktop finishing system that unwinds, laminates labels for durability, digitally die cuts, removes excess label material around each die-cut shape, slit and rewinds.
The VIPColor VP750 digital print-on-demand colour label printer features enhanced water resistance printing technology.
Amazon Go is ruffling more than a few feathers in supermarket land. It opened its first store in Seattle in January and has just announced intentions of opening two more.
Kodak's high-speed Stream Inkjet Technology can work at production speeds of over 150 m/min or 400+ packs/min.
UPM Raflatac supplies high-quality paper and film label stock for consumer product and industrial labelling.
Packserv has introduced a range of small, lightweight and portable automatic label applicators, the Elf-50 and the Elf-20.
From July it will be mandatory for all food sold in retail stores to carry country of origin information — why shouldn't this be extended to fast food outlets?
UPM Raflatac's RP48 AT acrylic adhesive is suitable for a wide variety of temperatures, ensuring labels on food packaging remain firmly in place.
Edible electronics are coming.
The KHS Group's Innoket Roland 40 is a compact labeller with a capacity of 2500 to 25,000 containers/h.
Saurabh Narula has attained the latest Certified Packaging Professional (CPP) designation for the industry.
Sonoco has introduced its SoftPeel membrane, a new closure option for cans that delivers improved cut-finger protection, printable billboarding space and a more natural look and feel than all-foil options.
Designed to meet high-speed coding demands of the beverage-canning sector, the F720i delivers legible and durable codes on aluminium cans in challenging beverage environments with ease.
Which labelling technology is best suited for which applications? This Q&A quickly navigates you through the options.