Clearmark Solutions produces face shields and donates them to the local NHS facilities

The company utilized its 3D printing equipment to develop visor components. This equipment was introduced by Clearmark to manufacture bespoke parts for the coding integrations systems and offer increased accuracy and manufacturing flexibility.

Now, alongside creating bespoke parts, these...

Clearmark extends labelling portfolio with Zebra Technologies off-line printer range

The new venture provides Clearmark with the prospect of supplying both Zebra’s off-line printers alongside an ICE Vulcan print and apply labeller creating a fully automated zero-downtime technology, ensuring that a line never needs to stop during maintenance or consumable changeover. 

The...

Label Academy plans online Master Class

The  global training program for the label and package printing industry will host its first-ever Virtual Master Class on Digital Printing Technology on June 23 and 30. 

The Virtual Master Classes will be hosted over two, two-hour online parts. Each part is $60 USD.

To register,...

Smartrac and Suku combine NFC and blockchain technologies to authenticate Covid-19 test kits and PPE

By equipping Covid-19 test kits and PPE with Smartrac’s Circumstm NFC tags, the technology utilizes Avery Dennison’s Digital Identity Platform to feed tag data to Suku’s blockchain-based supply chain application. The data from the mobile engagement then confirm the authenticity and provenance of...

Stellar Winery's latest Live-a-Little organic wines have digitally printed labels printed by Coastal Labels on a Screen Truepress Jet L350UV digital press and finished on a Rotocon Ecoline RDF330 converting line

Stellar Winery's latest technological advance is the use of digitally printed self-adhesive labels for its Live-a-Little range of organic wines, a move that has added considerable labelling flexibility, particularly meeting the challenge of bottling an ever-growing selection of wines.

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Ian Conetta, managing director of Delga Group

Using the HP Indigo 6900 press, Delga Labels will be able to produce a wide range of bespoke labels for its significant customer base. This will provide a valuable additional resource to the print and packaging group, which has already seen a rise in demand with current customers for the new...

Canon announces upgrades to LabelStream 4000

With the LabelStream’s expanded color capability, users can add optional orange and white ink channels. Match a wider range of brand colors and achieve highest white opacity without compromising on quality or reliability. 

The new white ink channel achieves up to 80 percent opacity at 36...

Durst Tau 330 RSC E single-pass inkjet press arrives at Megalabel

Owner Marcio Romano said: ‘We closed a deal in practically three days. Knowing that we can count on a service structure, parts and support here in Brazil is an important differential. It gives us the confidence to bet on a technology that will certainly bring us a unique competitive advantage...

Anderson & Vreeland names Andy Gillis as the new vice president of sales and general manager

Gillis is joining the Anderson & Vreeland after being a part of the team at Provident as the general manager. Prior this role, he was employed at PCMC as a senior sales engineer for narrow web and wide web presses serving the tag, label and flexible packaging markets.

‘During Andy’s...

Mepco adds HP Indigo 20000 digital press

The new HP Indigo was acquired to enable Mepco to expand its services into digital flexible packaging, with the 30-inch format capturing a vast array of applications such as stand-up pouches, zipper pouches and flexible packaging, allowing the company to expand into a growing marketplace of 360-...

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