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Omet to launch the new XFlex X7 at Labelexpo Europe

Omet is showcasing three machines on its two stands (C49 and C53, hall 6). This includes the launch of the Omet X7, the latest addition to the XFlex line, which can be seen live in action at the show. This machine is a flexo printing machine for labels…

AstroNova to premier two products at Labelexpo Europe

AstroNova TrojanLabel will premier two new products: the T2-L and the T3-OPX, at Labelexpo Europe 2019. T2-L: Designed for flexible packaging, the T2-L (pictured) is the world’s first narrow-format, industrial-quality, water-based inkjet press that all…

AVT’s Inspection solutions to help customers implement customized, Industry 4.0 prepress-to-finish workflows

AVT, part of Danaher’s Product Identification group (PID) and the world leader in print inspection, process control, and quality assurance solutions, will present integrated solutions for enhanced productivity and efficiency at Labelexpo Euro…

And the Winner of Best of Show in the 2019 Excellence Awards Is…

For 33 years, the Packaging Impressions Excellence Awards have been showcasing some of the best examples of package printing from around the world. In this week’s episode of POW!, Sara unveils which package earned the top prize of Best of Show in the 2…

New Komori Press with LED UV Curing Expands Slate Group’s Capabilities

Slate Group, a full-service commercial printer, has purchased a five-color Komori Lithrone G40 press with coater and LED UV curing. In addition to providing the company with a variety of new finishing capabilities, the press has allowed the company to …

Mark Andy to Debut New Digital and Flexographic Technology at Labelexpo

Mark Andy will be showcasing a variety of new products at Labelexpo Europe 2019, including the two digital presses that comprise its Digital Pro line, along with the Digital Series HD hybrid platform, and the company’s latest developments in flexograph…

Technology Solutions for Challenging Trends

The packaging industry is moving faster as run lengths are becoming shorter. While digital printing has provided one tool for handling these challenges, advancements in conventional processes are also helping printers and converters rise to the occasion.