The label industry is currently involved in a sustainability battle; finding ‘greener’ alternatives and reducing carbon footprint. But this concern reaches beyond the package and to another culprit for large quantities of waste – the product itself.

A UK converter is launching a ‘...

When I sat down in the meeting room at the Tarsus London office, group managing director Andy Thomas’s first words were ‘let me tell you about Labels & Labeling’. I was intrigued; how could there be a whole magazine dedicated to labels? To me, a label was just a label; a bit of paper stuck...

drupa was a somewhat overwhelming experience, but it was clear that package printing is a growing market. The show has also seen plenty of...

Following severe economic conditions, 2010 was a solid business year for most and there is increasing optimism about the economy in 2011. Following a successful Labelexpo Americas, the global label industry appears to have...

The first 'Big Issue' will focus on how label converters can make money from RFID. Are you an industry supplier who can give advice? Or a converter with experience of offering RFID labels? Let...

The group, which has over 300 members and rising, is open to anyone interested in networking within the global label industry. With news feeds linked to the site and dozens of discussions created by members, it is an excellent way of keeping in touch with the industry.


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The conference's panel, which included Texas Instruments, Bic, P&G and Frito-Lay, generally appeared to view digital printing only as a way to economically produce mock-ups...

It was generally agreed by exhibitors that the quality of attendees was consistently high, which was a sign of how seriously this show is taken by label converters now it has been upgraded to a Labelexpo series event. 

To demonstrate how fast the Indian labels industry is growing –...

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