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  • 18 Oct 2018

UPM Raflatac and The Packaging School launch online PSL course

Developed and taught by UPM Raflatac experts, the Pressure Sensitive Labels 101 course includes an overview of the global pressure-sensitive labels market, decoration technologies and market share, label construction, press converting, end-use application, performance testing and more

UPM Raflatac has joined forces with The Packaging School to introduce an online course, Pressure Sensitive Labels 101.

Developed and taught by UPM Raflatac experts, the Pressure Sensitive Labels 101 course includes an overview of the global pressure-sensitive labels market, decoration technologies and market share, label construction, press converting, end-use application, performance testing and more.

Fernando Giron, global marketing manager, films at UPM Raflatac, said: ‘UPM Raflatac has set forth the ambitious goal of labeling a smarter future, and at the very core of this promise is education enabling subject matter expertise. We could not think of better partners than The Packaging School to develop the innovative Pressure Sensitive Labels 101 course. I encourage every brand owner, designer, converter and printer to enrol in this course so they can find the inspiration needed to grow their business.’

Julie Rice, academic director at The Packaging School, added: ‘The Packaging School's mission is to provide accessible and applicable education on packaging to a global audience and pressure-sensitive labels are a highly relevant subject that professionals absolutely need to understand. In search of a trusted source of expertise, The Packaging School partnered with UPM Raflatac to create this first-of-its-kind online course. We are excited to share this essential information about the pressure sensitive label value chain so that everyone can make smarter decisions about their packaging.’

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