While the packaging industry continues to adopt and understand digital printing, developing a sales strategy for the technology cannot be overlooked.
In the fast-moving world of packaging, subpar production can be a quick way to lose clients. But with the latest advancements in print inspection systems, package printers can ensure their output is pristine.
For package printers, providing value for brands that goes beyond traditional packaging manufacturing processes is quickly becoming an expectation.
Nom Noms World Foods, a producer of ready-to-eat meals spanning international cuisines, is a case study in the opportunities digital packaging printers will find in small but innovative consumer brands.
The religious wars among digital print technologies may be over, but that doesn’t mean misunderstandings don’t still exist. A session on their advantages and trade-offs brought clarity to conferees at the Digital Packaging Summit.
PRINTING United took over the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, from Oct. 23 to 25, in which 30,000 visitors roamed through 724,000 sq. ft. featuring more than 680 exhibitors.
Ben & Jerry’s is known for its tongue-in-cheek brand personality and innovative flavors, and in this episode of POW!, we look at how it is also revolutionizing one of the most delicious achievements of mankind: cookie dough.
An “attractive” company is a well-managed company: one whose owner has kept it competitive by making the right decisions about market focus, technical capability, and customer relationships.
The Fogra Research Institute for Media Technologies determined the EFI Nozomi C18000 LED inkjet corrugated printer to be the leading single-pass corrugated production device in terms of energy efficiency, according to the ISO 20690 standard.
Utah PaperBox installed a Fujifilm J Press 720S at its Salt Lake City facility and experienced an immediate boost in sales. The company is now able to meet client demand for “text market” boxes in runs upwards of 5,000 pieces, which wouldn’t have been …