The Label Makers has added to its Durst line-up with a new Tau 330 system.
50% of consumers would choose healthier products and/or exercise more if they saw “activity calories’’ on the packaging, say public health experts.
Americk Packaging’s Northern Ireland facility has developed a new paper reel-fed label for the beverage market, offering an alternative to standard synthetic substrates.
Interactive Coding Equipment (ICE) and PrintSafe have agreed a machinery partnership that will enable customers to benefit from high-speed integrated systems for coding and labelling.
Rotech is set to unveil its new RF-Lite sleeve coding system amid calls for minimising packaging waste.
Essentra is creating a 170 jobs at its flagship Newport facility, with support from the Welsh Government support.
Elanders has enrolled two employees on new industry courses as part of an investment in training.
Tennent’s is to print nutritional information on its lager cans and bottles from next month.
Derbyshire based Charapak has diversified into the labelling sector following the investment in Domino’s N610i digital ink jet label press.
Durst UK is expanding its business portfolio by taking on labels, previously run from the division’s Brixen, Italy HQ.
Lothian Labels & Packaging ended 2015 with investment in new equipment, extended warehouse capacity and significant staff increases.
Lanarkshire-based label and packaging group GT4 Group has snapped up label manufacturer TPL Labels for an undisclosed fee.
Domino Printing Sciences has launched a high-contrast ink for coding onto dark coloured, reusable glass bottles.
Highlighting its new Digital PicoColour Digital Press, Dantex will actually have a working press on stand.
Xeikon is to donate printed communication produced on its digital printing systems to Belgium charity Foundation Against Cancer.