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When biopharmaceutical company Bilthoven Biologicals (BBio) in the Netherlands recently implemented a label management system (LMS), its pharmaceutical packaging operation reaped myriad benefits, including lower labeling costs


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Printing labels with high-quality graphics plus real-time variable data, such as barcodes, is challenging—particularly for pharmaceutical packaging applications, in which serialized data is essential for track and trace.


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Three U.S. regulatory agencies agree. We should standardize the voluntary date-code labeling for food sold in the United States as part of a new strategy to fight food and packaging waste.


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The Herma 500 label applicator is an internet of things (IoT)-enabled system that achieves labeling speeds up to 200 meters per minute, handles label widths from 80 to 320 millimeters, and works with roll diameters from 300 to


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Bud Light has added ingredients and nutrition information to the outer cartons of its beers.


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AstroNova Inc. is giving labeling an intriguing twist with its new QuickLabel QL-300 printer.


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How can a printer produce color labels, or possibly even flexible packaging, without ink, toner or ribbons?


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In this era of clean labels and simple package design, why does Rothbury Farms work so hard to include the ChefsBest award medallion on its croutons packaging?


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How easy is it for your packaging line to accommodate new products and new packages, especially when you have limited floor space?


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The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) published proposed regulations to implement the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard (NBFDS) on May 4, 2018 (see 


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The King of Beers wants to become renewable-electricity royalty—with a boost from its packaging.


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The KHS Innoket Roland 40 has a capacity of 2,500 to 25,000 containers per hour and is engineered for simple, reliable and economical labeling of cans and bottles.

 


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The internet puts product information in the hands of shoppers. Is the SmartLabel the best way for brands to connect with consumers as they shop, either in-store or online? Consider the pros and cons.

 


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As the leading association for the label and packaging industry, TLMI facilitated the industry’s commitment to sustainability and management of matrix/liner waste.


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HBS Science & Technology Development Co., Ltd was founded in 2001.


When biopharmaceutical company Bilthoven Biologicals (BBio) in the Netherlands recently implemented a label management system (LMS), its pharmaceutical packaging operation reaped myriad benefits, including lower labeling costs; reduced downtime;...


Printing labels with high-quality graphics plus real-time variable data, such as barcodes, is challenging—particularly for pharmaceutical packaging applications, in which serialized data is essential for track and trace. The new Autonomy IV on-...


Three U.S. regulatory agencies agree. We should standardize the voluntary date-code labeling for food sold in the United States as part of a new strategy to fight food and packaging waste.

In April 2019, the federal government announced the...


The Herma 500 label applicator is an internet of things (IoT)-enabled system that achieves labeling speeds up to 200 meters per minute, handles label widths from 80 to 320 millimeters, and works with roll diameters from 300 to 600mm. From...


Bud Light has added ingredients and nutrition information to the outer cartons of its beers.

The updated secondary packaging—introduced in February—reportedly targets increasingly nutrition- and ingredient-conscious consumers. While...


AstroNova Inc. is giving labeling an intriguing twist with its new QuickLabel QL-300 printer. The electrophotographic (EP) printer uses white toner, in addition to four colors, and can print on a variety of label materials.

The QL-300 prints...


How can a printer produce color labels, or possibly even flexible packaging, without ink, toner or ribbons? It can be done—with high-quality results—using thermal-imaging technology like that incorporated in the ZINK Zero Ink printing system,...


In this era of clean labels and simple package design, why does Rothbury Farms work so hard to include the ChefsBest award medallion on its croutons packaging? The bottom line (literally) is because it boosts sales by helping the brand win the...


How easy is it for your packaging line to accommodate new products and new packages, especially when you have limited floor space? A new line of compact labelers from a major equipment manufacturer has the potential to meet a range of user...


The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) published proposed regulations to implement the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard (NBFDS) on May 4, 2018 (see ...


The King of Beers wants to become renewable-electricity royalty—with a boost from its packaging.

AB InBev, the parent company of Anheuser-Busch and Budweiser beer, has announced ambitious plans to purchase electricity only from renewable...


The KHS Innoket Roland 40 has a capacity of 2,500 to 25,000 containers per hour and is engineered for simple, reliable and economical labeling of cans and bottles.

 

KHS Group’s family of Innoket labelers has grown with the...


The internet puts product information in the hands of shoppers. Is the SmartLabel the best way for brands to connect with consumers as they shop, either in-store or online? Consider the pros and cons.

 

Consumers’ shopping habits are...


More than 800 supply chain and information technology (IT) professionals from 32 countries participated in the fourth annual “Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling” survey conducted by Loftware. The results show five significant shifts in labeling...


In recent years, public awareness campaigns have aimed to inform consumers of the presence of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), but stopped short (so far) of eliminating them. According to Mintel Reports, consumers do not avoid GMOs on quite...


Adcraft has since expanded into other industries including: pharmaceutical, nutritional, foods, beverage, personal care, consumer goods, and security printing. In 1999, Adcraft began to supply high quality flexible films to these same industries....


Advent Labeling Machines are the ultimate in versatility whether you have pressure-sensitive or plain paper labels. They provide an economical method for labeling short runs with ease and accuracy. In operation, spot or wrap around labels are...


Axon, powered by Pro Mach, celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011 as a leading innovator and manufacturer of shrink sleeve applicators, stretch sleeve applicators and heat shrink tunnels for the worldwide packaging industry. An expanding...


Aztech Converting Systems is a designer and manufacturer of an extensive line of roll-to-roll converting equipment, including modular rotary, semi-rotary, and laser die-cutting and finishing equipment, booklet onserting rotary die-cut systems,...


HBS Science & Technology Development Co., Ltd was founded in 2001. With a struggling and arduous years focusing on the development and production of marking system, HBS has nowadays become one remarkable supplier of marking equipment in China...


Brother International Corporation is one of the premier providers of products for the home, home office and office. Our U.S.A. corporate office, located in Bridgewater, New Jersey, was established in the US on April 21, 1954 and markets many...


CDA USA, Inc. was incorporated in December 2012 in Richmond, VA in order to bring new high quality labeling & filling systems from France to the United States.


If you are looking to:
 •  Cut waste and costs by reducing your inventory of preprinted color labels? Check out my blog post on ...

CLI  is a privately held, non-union label printing company founded in 1991.  The company expanded operations and product offerings in 2003 and again in 2008 adding space, presses and converting equipment.

CLI...


After years of testing and research, the ORIGINAL Dispensa-Matic Label Dispensers will now offer an Photoelectric sensor on all dispenser models! This new option will set the new standard in the industry. Our heavy duty industrial machines have...


AWC's expertise in packaging and love of the wine industry seemed to be the perfect fit for a new labeling company. Wanting to invest in the packaging industry, Steven Label in Santa Fe Springs acquired Gold Coast as a division in 2009 to bolster...


With over 40 years of commitment to quality and service, Holly Label has grown into one of the top flexographic printing companies in the area. By using proven manufacturing techniques along with modern equipment, we manufacture consistent, high...


In-Line Labeling Equipment, Inc. was incorporated in 1994 as the result of the acquisition of the complete product line of Meyer World CM Labelers. Since their inception in the 1960's, this line of continuous motion cold glue labelers set the...

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