Thursday, October 3, 2019

Labelexpo Asia to host industry roadshows across China


The organizer of Labelexpo Asia 2019 is hosting a series of morning roadshows across China during October in conjunction with key industry partner, the Printing and Printing Equipment Industries Association of China (PEIAC). Held in Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai, the three events are an opportunity for printers and media to gain an exclusive insight into what the 2019 edition of Labelexpo Asia has in store. Each roadshow will be led by Kevin Liu, Labelexpo Asia project director, who will reveal the latest industry trends as well as present show highlights. He will be joined by representatives from PEIAC, and, for the event in Guangzhou, leaders from Guangdong Printing Association and Guangdong Packaging Association. 

Tresu showcases solutions for corrugated flexo print quality and production efficiency at FEFCO Technical Seminar 2019

Flexographic equipment and machine manufacturer Tresu will present its ancillary systems that efficiently manage ink supply and optimise machine uptime for paperboard converters at the FEFCO Exhibition and Technical Seminar, organised by the European Federation of Corrugated Board Manufacturers (Stands 114/115, 9-11 October 2019, Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland).

Tresu’s chamber doctor blades and ink supply systems automatically feed ink and coating media to the press at controlled pressure levels, enabling clean, consistent print results, reduced waste, faster printing speeds and minimal manual intervention. Stand highlights will be the MaxiPrint Concept chamber doctor blade with integrated ink supply and cleaning system for wide web applications, and the F10 iCon ink supply system. The Tresu MaxiPrint Concept comprises a closed doctor blade chamber, an ink supply unit and a cleaning system. It offers fast, automatic internal cleaning, a corrosion-resistant environment, improved print quality consistency and improved ink conservancy. A full ink change and cleaning cycle can be done in 3-4 minutes, significantly reducing makeready times.

drupa 2020 Essentials of Print No. 3: Packaging in an E-Commerce World

“Digital pre-print opens a new era for brand protection and brand activation in e-commerce. Smart, digitally printed corrugated cardboard packaging solutions inform, entertain and network the shopper. They warn of product counterfeiting and guarantee transparency in shipment and traceability. All this is now possible not only for short, but also for medium and long print runs. Hence, there is almost a paradox: that of individualized mass production.”

The ongoing digitalization and the associated changes in consumer shopping behavior have a major impact on the design and construction of packaging. Mass-produced products lose their attractiveness. Brand manufacturers, retailers and logistics providers are adapting to the new challenges of online trading. They receive strong impetus from the packaging industry, which has a lot to offer when it comes to e-commerce packaging made of corrugated board with innovative solutions and state-of-the-art print technologies. 74.4 billion: this is the number of shipments that courier, express and parcel (CEP) services carried worldwide in 2017, according to the latest figures in the annual Pitney Bows Parcel Shipping Index. Roughly 17 percent more than in the previous year. This surge in parcel volume is being fueled by the continuing boom in e-commerce. Already by 2020, it is expected to exceed 100 billion parcels in the thirteen industrial nations surveyed. In view of such volumes and growth rates, it becomes clear: Packaging has long since emerged as a key component in the e-commerce logistics chain.

Bioplastic Packaging Market size to cross $ 25,395.8 Million by 2025

This Global Robotic Process Automation market report studies the industry based on one or more segments covering key players, types, applications, products, technology, end-users, and regions for historical data as well as provides forecasts for next few years. This Report has segmented the global Bioplastic Packaging market on the basis of type, product, end user and region. In terms of revenue, the global Bioplastic Packaging Market is expected to grow to US$ 25,395.8 million by 2025 from US$ 4,399.7 million in 2017. Also, in terms of volume, the global bioplastic packaging market is estimated at 1,047.5k Tons in 2017, growing at a CAGR of 18.1% to account for 3,953.0k Tons in 2025. 

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

DocRoSh Global Solutions® proudly presents the “1st Global Pharma Summit 2k19” on November 9th , 2019 at Hilton Mumbai.


Keeping in mind the highest standards of the pharmaceutical industry, DocRoSh Global Solutions® proudly announces its “1st Global Pharma Summit 2k19” where the exchange of pharmaceutical knowledge will be at par. It’s an opportunity to learn something more as the conference will be highly rewarding and it will be great exposure to network with other professionals from the Global Pharmaceutical Industry.

Friday, September 27, 2019

Xeikon shows new ‘smart label’ solution at Labelexpo 2019

Showcasing at Labelexpo 2019, Xeikon is presenting its latest advancements in labeling technology, a new ‘smart label’ solution developed and created in partnership with UPM Raflatac and Magic Add. Demonstrations are being held on both Xeikon and UPM Raflatac’s stands at the show. The cloud-based application enables track and trace capability for labels; it is designed to help brand owners wanting to bring labels and packaging online, they are now better able to measure the success of their campaigns or to control the supply chain. All of Xeikon’s solutions are developed with value as a top priority. This solution is designed to achieve consumer trust and confidence in the brands, and bring added value to the end user.

Chinese label press manufacturer Wanjie sells WJPS press at Labelexpo Europe 2019


Chinese label press manufacturer Wanjie has confirmed the sale of a second printing press to Coreti, a self-adhesive converter in Spain. The machine is currently on show at Labelexpo Europe and will be shipped after event. Wanjie WJPS-350D/450 is a semi-rotary offset press that features multiple color units followed by flexo varnish and die-cutting units. It also offers the flexibility for further expansion with rotary hot foil stamping, silkscreen, and embossing. The press features an auto lubricating system and optimized ink feeding with 18 ink transfer rollers, four water transfer rollers and four bridge rollers.

‘Our first Wanjie printing machine performs very well and the feedback is amazing. It’s the professional technology, excellent productivity and perfect supporting services that make us choose our second Wanjie press,’ said Luis Fernandez Vilela, general manager of Coreti, one of the largest self-adhesive label converters in Spain.

Established in 1999, Wanjie is one of the earliest Chinese enterprises specializing in the development, production and sales of label printing presses. In 2011, the company started to explore international markets and built its first overseas branch three years later. Wanjie currently employs over 20 R&D staff with a plan to launch up to two new products each year. According to the company, more than 60 percent of its orders are placed from overseas market including Europe, North America, Asia and Australasia.

Wanjie is represented by Morsef Machines in India.

Mouvent showcases two pioneering digital label printers at Labelexpo 2019


Bobst announced the world premiere of its latest innovation - a hybrid label press, which provides the best possible combination of digital and DigiFlexo printing in a single press. The Master DM5 - which has “Mouvent Ink-Jet Digital Technology Inside” - is associated with total flexibility for high added value labels, with extremely short job setup and fast return on investment. It is the most digitally automated press in the label market, with the highest print quality and productivity.

Avery Dennison introduces new label adhesive technology for stronger hold on rough surfaces

Avery Dennison introduced their new Surfas Technology at Labelexpo Europe. This patent-pending adhesive technology increases surface contact for better initial tack to create a stronger hold on rough finishes, like corrugated boxes. Surfas Technology, a perfect solution for e-commerce and logistics labeling needs, offers a sustainable edge and will be available at the same price as conventional labeling solutions for corrugated board.

The newest in a long history of Avery Dennison adhesive technology innovations, Surfas reduces the risk of curled or failed logistics labels to ensure on-time and accurate shipping. Corrugated cardboard can be a challenge for label adhesion, according to Eric Ide, senior product manager, Label and Packaging Materials Europe. Irregular surfaces require a more rigorous label adhesive that can bond to a wider variety of finishes. Surfas Technology is developed for ultimate strength and bond when labeling rough substrates. In addition to streamlining operations, increasing reliability and improving accuracy, the new adhesive coating technology offers sustainability advantages by using significantly less oil per square meter of material.