We look at the total package, including the label, to identify problems with consumer engagement. Recyclability and sustainability paired with a nice design at low cost are just a few benefits brands and converters look for. Below, we find a few recent label offerings that just might fit the bill for the future of labels.
The discriminating eye and mechanical knowledge of a seasoned press operator have been indispensable for achieving maximum press performance. However, over the last 20 years or so, the printing industry has seen declining numbers of experienced press operators as they age and retire with too few replacements for them.
As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses in both North America and Europe, Avery Dennison's label and packaging materials segment has seen orders jump 40% to 80% from the last week of March through the third week of April, driven by demand for food, hygiene and pharmaceutical products as well as variable information labeling related to e-commerce.
Berry Global Group Inc. introduces a new 128 oz. bottle intended for a variety of industrial products that has compatibility with in-mold label (IML) decoration. The new bottle is designed in the familiar F-style with a handle and can endure harsh conditions during use.
Luminer, a labeling solutions provider specializing in extended content labels, has seen a significant rise in demand for extended content labels for clinical trials – several of which are for drugs related to the pandemic.
Before you begin adding products with a CBD boost, it’s important to do your homework and understand the market landscape. Here are just a few of the things you may not have known should be part of creating and selling CBD products.
Overnight Labels’ presses have been running non-stop during the current Covid-19 crisis. Because their materials are sourced in the US, the label manufacturer has been able to help many companies experiencing supply chain issues or production increases.
Colgate-Palmolive to ramp up soap production at five factories to donate 25 million bars of soap in special packaging with proper hand-washing instructions as part of WHO's #SafeHands campaign. The brand will also donate US $20 million in products to nonprofits.
In this issue of Packaging Strategies, we share an article about a popular men’s wellness brand, finding an ecommerce partner for growth and control of your products, PACK EXPO Show coverage, a chocolate factory that found the right system for its bars, a Q&A with two companies on sanitary equipment and making the switch to aluminum.