Category: Packaging

Willowbridge Labels Invests in Xeikon Label Discovery Solution

Bury St. Edmunds-based Willowbridge Labels has announced that it has installed its first digital label production press. The Xeikon Label Discovery Solution entry-level package consists of a Xeikon 3030 – an entry-level web-fed digital label press – an…

Introducing POW!, A New Video Series Highlighting Outstanding Packaging

Welcome to POW!, a new video series from packagePRINTING, which will highlight outstanding examples of labels and packaging. POW!, which stands for “Package of the Week,” is hosted by packagePRINTING Strategy and Business and Development Manager Sara D…

Globus Printing Expects Folding Carton Growth with New Rapida 105

The full-service printer, which specializes in commercial catalogs, annuals, workbooks and folding cartons, will install a six-color, 41˝ Rapida 105 UV press to increase efficiency and productivity and grow its folding carton business.

Label Error-Proofing

Label Error-Proofing – Preventing Costly Errors   History: In the past, operators would pack and ship parts based on visual characteristics. However, there was no error-proofing to prevent parts of similar color, shape and size from being mixed up so …

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M Partners Short Listed in Lloyds Bank Awards 2018

M Partners, Surrey, UK distributors of RMGT printing presses, is among the companies short listed for the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards 2018 – short lists that the organisers describe as representing the best of British ambition and for companie…

M Partners Shortlisted for CIM Marketing Awards

M Partners, Surrey, UK distributor for RMGT B1 presses, service provider for existing Mitsubishi machines, and European service managers for RMGT presses, is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted for the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s …

21st Century Flexo: Conventional Printing’s Place in Packaging’s Future

While digital printing is creating quite a buzz throughout the packaging industry with its customizability, short-run prowess and lack of plates, it is only responsible for a small fraction of printed packaging, whereas flexo remains the dominant technology and is poised to remain that way for the foreseeable future. This white paper provides a look at conventional printing’s place in packaging’s future.

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