IPP has already represented Smith & McLaurin in the Netherlands since September last year.

Smith & McLaurin has been a Scottish manufacturer of materials for the labeling industry for 170 years. With its ‘Adapt’ product program, it is able to produce modified commodities for label...

Launched at PCD Paris 2019, Fresnels Innovations will help packagers and converters as the Sino American company’s optical enhancement products continue to become increasingly available to international markets.

The new division is based at Fresnels’s headquarters in Shenzen, China, and...

DNP launches new resin

Unlike other thermal transfer ribbons, V300 resin prints on substrates ranging from paper and polypropylene to PET. It images equally well on all types of laminates, varnishes, and top-coats.

This product is also capable of producing crisp, dark images at both low and high print speeds....

Mark Andy extends digital shrink sleeve capability

To be unveiled at a shrink sleeve workshop next month, ‘Shrinking to Expand: A hands-on workshop to grow your business through shrink sleeves’, this development is said by the company to support the need for more profitable and productive shrink runs. Shrink sleeves are one of the newest...

Arconvert launches H+Opacity for wine labels

In the oenological sector, it is critical for labels to look pristine in consumers’ hands at all times, especially after bottles are chilled in ice buckets before serving. Standard wet strength papers may lose their opacity in these extreme conditions, turning grey, altering the label’s...

Anil Sharma addressing customers

The new Avery Dennison I.Lab, located in Pune, India, is an interactive facility that provides customers and partners with hands-on experiences, live demonstrations and technical support, to help converters and partners explore the opportunities surrounding intelligent label solutions and RFID...

Lintec's 'micro-canyon' structure prevents formation of air bubbles

The labelstock is claimed to be particularly effective for information labels on home appliances or electronic devices, as well as large labels in the graphics market that require a high level of air-release performance. A UL-recognized product, the labelstock is also resistant to blistering...

Based in Nantes, France, the manufacturer has taken four years to develop an ink claimed ‘perfectly adapted’ to highly-demanding textile media. 

In mid-April in Europe (and in June outside Europe), Armor is launching AXRTX, a new grade of thermal transfer ribbon dedicated to the printing...

New ‘Scarab’, which reflects the iridescent colors of the eponymous beetle, and ‘Opal’, which takes its inspiration from the color effects seen in mineral gem stones, follow the launch of the optically variable foil (OVF) Peacock stamping foil in 2018.

The latest foils will feature as...

Described as a necessary response to recent growth and rising demand, the new plant will incorporate a more modern, streamlined production layout for maximized manufacturing efficiency. 

The move also concentrates each of Herma’s divisions – Self-adhesive Materials, Labels, and Labeling...

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