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Monday, December 23, 2019

drupa world tour 2019/2020 stops off in India & Southeast Asia

The countdown is on: drupa starts in exactly 195 days, on 16 June 2020. For eleven days, the printing, media and packaging industry will gather in Düsseldorf for its world's leading trade fair and take a joint look at their technological future.

For several weeks now, the drupa world tour 2019/2020 has been running to highlight competitive technology trends for players from the printing, media and packaging industries, to present the extensive drupa programme – and also, to arouse joyful anticipation. After stops in North and South America, this week (5 and 6 December) the tour will stop in Hanoi and Saigon. After the two specialist conferences in Vietnam, two further conferences will follow on December 10th and 12th in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and in the Thai metropolis of Bangkok.

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

3rd Annual Pharma Project & Portfolio Management Summit 2020” scheduled at Hotel Hilton, Mumbai

Eminence Business Media is proud to present its “3rd Annual Pharma Project & Portfolio Management Summit 2020” scheduled for January 23rd - 24th, 2020 at Hotel Hilton, Mumbai.

For the past two editions Eminence Business Media has thrived on their unique event format and content. After deliberating with the experts with many years of experience in the industry, they have designed the next edition focusing on the latest demand and changes of portfolio & project managers. Whether one is looking at adapting portfolio governance, project management under complex constraints of Pharmaceutical world, or actively advocating their PMO for dynamic flexible process options, this event will have something new to offer.

Naturally, it’s time to witness the first ever moot-court session during this 2 day summit and also be a part of Young Minds Converse where young project/portfolio managers will present their white paper research. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to network with industry peers and share in the ideas and discussion that are shaping the next developments in portfolio and project management in pharma. As for which teams should attend, here you go:
             Project Management
             Portfolio Management
             Program Management
             IP Management

Register your interest today and contact fatema@eminencemedia.in for further queries & registration. We look forward to meeting you in Mumbai! See you there..!!

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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.

Xeikon, UPM Raflatac, and Magic Add announce digital printing integration for smart labels

UPM Raflatac's intelligent label solution, RafMore by UPM Raflatac, is now available faster and more securely than ever thanks to a groundbreaking integration between Xeikon's digital printing presses and Magic Add's Internet of Packaging platform.

Magic Add’s IoP platform, which powers UPM Raflatac’s RafMore smart labels, can now send unique IDs to Xeikon digital printers directly from the cloud. Xeikon can automatically and securely print RafMore smart labels with unique digital identities in the form of any standard, machine-readable code with shorter turnarounds and in greater quantities than ever possible before.

Thursday, September 26, 2019

EyeC offers automated pre-press inspection within the Hybrid Software workflow

Nowadays, to ensure job accuracy especially for pharmaceutical products, pre-press studios have to perform quality controls. To streamline inspection processes, EyeC and Hybrid Software have recently launched the EyeC Driver, a new application that integrates EyeC’s state-of-the-art PDF proofing technology - the EyeC Proofiler Graphic - into Hybrid Software's CloudFlow.

With the EyeC Driver, pre-press studios reduce the time, effort and money spent on quality controls. The integration triggers inspection procedures within the CloudFlow automatically, retrieving job data, files and inspection parameters from the workflow system. Pre-press files are inspected and released automatically if they match the approved artwork. Pre-press operators only have to intervene when deviations are detected. A task appears in their workspace that opens the EyeC Proofiler Graphic for an easy review of discrepancies.

Guru Labels in Australia drives forward into new creative markets with 2nd Xeikon 3300 digital label press

Guru Labels in Australia has installed a second Xeikon 3300 digital label press with inline finishing to further expand its capabilities and drive new business plans. Based in Lisarow, a developing suburb of the Central Coastal region of New South Wales located 90 km from Sydney, the company provides labels of all different types, shapes and sizes to multiple sectors across the whole of Australia. Established in 2001, the family owned business is now regarded as a Xeikon house and one of the most dynamic digital label printers in Australia. Guru Labels has recently purchased and refurbished a 36,000 sq. ft print factory, gaining four times more space and the opportunity to design a purpose-built manufacturing plant with a full IT team on site.

Tresu announces sale of multiple-unit Flexo Innovator press to the lottery sector

Tresu announces the sale of a multiple unit Flexo Innovator flexo press to an international printer of lottery game cards. Lottery and games card printers have to meet a wide variety of regulations and print requirements for the growing number of games types around the world. Flexibility and versatility are major factors in this specialist application with widely varying run lengths, numbers of colours, coatings and finishing techniques needed in various combinations.

With its modular design, the Tresu Flexo Innovator handles water-based and UV inks, and may include variable printing and station-to-station drying systems, along with a range of finishing operations, in a single pass. Automated ink supply systems with sealed chamber doctor blades featuring TRESU’s pressure-control technology reduce waste and setup times, while ensuring print quality at speeds of up to 800m/min.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Labels India celebrates its landmark 100th Edition with the 40th anniversary of Labelexpo Europe 2019

As the doors to the landmark show till date - the 40th anniversary edition of Labelexpo Europe 2019 opens its doors in Brussels, LABELS INDIA - India's pioneer magazine dedicated to labels, package packaging and converting industry is celebrating its landmark 100th Edition. The bi-monthly magazine that started way back in February 2003 at Print Pack India show in Mumbai has grown to a 100 issues strong today.

The door to Labelexpo Europe 2019 - the largest show to date opens

The doors to the landmark show till date - the 40th anniversary edition of Labelexpo Europe 2019 has opened its doors in Brussels. With over 600 exhibitors taking part in the biggest label and package printing event in the world between 24-27 September, this edition of the show is set to be its largest to date.

Saturday, September 7, 2019

Celebrating 42 years of waterless offset printing

As Labelexpo celebrates its 40th anniversary, we at Toray are also taking the opportunity to celebrate 42 years of waterless offset printing, sharing the story of how and why waterless offset printing came to be as well as where we see it going in the future.

After about five years of R&D, waterless offset printing was first introduced to the market at drupa 1977 and commercialized by Toray in 1978. The first waterless offset plates were TAP-type positive plates. Because the first plate was based on a positive working format, where about 95% of production is positive-working, the product was first marketed in Japan. Press, ink, and paper manufacturers collaborated with Toray to support the product, and the initial market acceptance there was very good.

Foil Customisation on Demand: Peleman enters the Label Printing and Packaging Industry

The perfect prototyping and proofing equipment, Peleman’s Flat Bed Foil Printer has been developed to allow users to create impressive designs, starting from a single piece, thereby maximising time and cost efficiencies. Making its debut in the label printing and packaging industry, Peleman will present its popular digital foil printer at the upcoming Labelexpo Europe in Brussels, Belgium in September.

Shilp Gravures expands its footprint in Eastern India : Acquires Kolkata-based Etone India

In a move to expand its presence in Eastern India with a larger footprint, Shilp Gravures has acquired 100% shares in Etone India, based in Kolkata. With this it has become a wholly subsidiary of Shilp Gravures from August 2019. With this acquisition, Shilp Gravures not only has been able to expand its geographical reach to the eastern part of India with added production facilities, but has become the second roller manufacturing facility in India apart from having pre-press and sales offices in Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai.

Cosmo Films adds new products to the Synthetic Paper portfolio

Cosmo Films, a global leader in speciality films for flexible packaging, lamination and labeling applications as well as synthetic paper has recently added two new products to its synthetic paper portfolio. One of the products is a digitally printable synthetic paper and other one is a high tear resistant synthetic paper.

The product launched for commercial digital printing can print with both powder toner based laser printers as well as liquid toner based printers. Laser printing is a newly introduced feature for the digital product and has been added keeping the huge potential of photo-album & coffee table book printing segment in mind. It is printable with almost any production printer-HP Indigo, Xerox, Konica Minolta, Ricoh, Canon to name a few. 

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Eminence Business Media’s maiden Pharma Brand Protection & Packaging 2019” – A big hit..

Eminence Business Media’s “Pharma Brand Protection & Packaging 2019” concluded on August 29th  & 30th , 2019 at Hotel Novotel, Mumbai.The theme of the summit was “Trends that have revolutionized the Pharma Packaging World”.The event was an outstanding success with 150+ delegates attending the conference with Karomi Technologies, Autoprint Machinery Manufacturers Pvt. Ltd, Condot Systems, Original 4 Sure, Great Four Systems Pvt. Ltd., Bobst India, Novel Automation Ltd., Bullion Flexipack Pvt. Ltd, Pharma Secure, Aptar Pharma, Nipro Pharma Packaging, Systech International, Immer Group, Sun Packaging, Nuplas Industries, Pharma Mantra, GS1 India, PCRI & ASPA partnering the event.

Saturday, August 31, 2019

Nothing stops a Great Idea..!!

Blue Prism Digital installs Insignia6

California-based packaging specialist has invested in Rollem’s Insignia6 flexo-magnetic die cutter to fully control the design and production process in-house. Insignia6’s ability to convert intricate applications on a wide variety of substrates and thicknesses allows Blue Prism to offer faster turnaround with sustaining complete control and no down time.

“Our team is utilizing the Insignia in a variety of ways to expand our packaging line. Having the in-house control over the entire design, production and delivery process positions Blue Prism Digital to respond quickly to our clients’ needs’, said Barbara Buschmann, founder of Blue Prism Digital.

Bitek to launch new anytron digital laser die-cutter

Korean die-cutter manufacturer Bitek Technology Inc’s anytron brand will launch a compact size new digital laser die-cutter ‘any-CUT II’ (pictured) at Labelexpo Europe 2019. This is all-in-one unit that has web-guide, laminating, laser cutting, scrap paper removal, slitting and two re-winders. One of the most prominent features of this system is an auto-job changeover. It requires no manual work when it is operated. It does so by reading a barcode of the individual job. Hence, the cutting data is changed automatically without requiring any manual work.

Also, anytron will introduce add-on unit for any-CUT II that called ‘any-link‘ which acts as a buffer that synchronizes the speed between the printer and the laser die cutter. It makes it easy to connect the digital printer that a customer may wish to use with any-CUT II. It is specially designed to create a 100% digital in-line system without replacing the current printer.

Focus to demonstrate latest servo and digital innovations

Focus Label Machinery will be demonstrating its latest machinery with servo and digital solutions at the forefront, for the short and medium print run business. This includes the launch of a new generation of the popular Proflex compact flexo press with open architecture print head design. The Proflex SE is a fully servo driven, modular press available in print widths of 250mm and 330mm.

The new model benefits from touch screen HMI operator interface panels with fully programmable digital platforms. The new features have decreased set up time and material wastage, resulting in reduced downtime and higher productivity. The operator can control all aspects of press operation, from any of the HMI panels, and can store job information for future retrieval on repeat orders.

Also on display is the d-Flex digital inkjet press, which incorporates the latest high-speed full-colour Konica Minolta inkjet technology into the existing Reflex servo press. Visitors will be able to see high quality variable images, overprinted in perfect register with UV flexo ink, then converted and rewound – in a single pass with speeds up to 50m/min. 

Also showcased is the E-Flex, a new flexo/digital combination press platform designed to meet the demands of medium and short run business. Focus will show a 6 colour, 330mm wide press, equipped with a full UV drying and chill roll system.

Mark Andy to debut new digital and flexographic technology at Labelexpo

Innovations come in the form of roll-to-roll and advanced inline digital hybrid, digital print width enhancements and servo-driven flexo offerings. 2019 has proved to be a year of engineering innovation with Mark Andy highlighting four product releases at Labelexpo Europe 2019.

Making its European debut is Mark Andy’s Digital Pro line, a modular entry- to mid-market digital system. On stand 4C45, Labelexpo attendees will see live demonstrations of Digital Pro 3, the advanced inline converting model fitted with semi-rotary die cutting. The roll-to-roll configuration, Digital Pro 1, will also be on display on stand 8A60, extending Mark Andy’s presence to the “Digital Hall” for the first time. Printing at 23.4 mpm (77 fpm), the new product line comes provides production-level speed for all applications in addition to a low cost to print, giving companies priced out of production systems the opportunity to benefit from digital.

Friday, August 30, 2019

Nothing stops a Great Idea...!!

PACKage Printing Pavilion makes its Vegas debut

The PACKage Printing Pavilion at Pack Expo Las Vegas and co-located Healthcare Packaging Expo (Sept. 23-25, 2019; Las Vegas Convention Center) produced by PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, will showcase the latest innovations in digital printing.

This 35,000-square foot area, located in the Central Hall, brings digitally charged end users challenged with SKU proliferation, micromarketing efforts, sustainability and traceability face to face with OEMs ready to deliver solutions. The Pavilion new to the Vegas event focuses on the advantages of digital printing; geared toward short-run, on-demand, cost-effective, variable data and personalized packaging. As consumers look for smarter packaging options, the advancements in digital printing are more critical than ever, making this pavilion a must-see for all show attendees.

Memjet partner shows the future of on-demand direct-to-shape printing

Memjet announces that OPM Europa BV in Tilburg, Netherlands, has combined robotics and Memjet’s VersaPass technology to create a direct-to-shape printer called LabelSaver. OPM’s LabelSaver integrates its own robotic system with the Memjet-powered Trojan Label print engine and proprietary coatings to create a self-moving printer that shows the possibilities of label-less production.

In recent years, the proliferation of SKUs and increased demand for short-run labels have driven small manufacturers to look for more economical ways to label their products. Dursun Acun, founder and European sales director at OPM Europa BV, set out to provide a solution to this challenge by integrating robotics into label production to create label-less production that would improve the speed, cost and environmental impact of label printing.

Once Acun developed the robotic technology, he needed a printing technology that could bring the device to life and support his goals of efficiency, economy and improved environmental impact. After considering several technologies, Acun chose to work with Trojan Label and include Memjet’s VersaPass printing technology in his solution. Memjet’s combination of innovation, speed, simplicity and affordability made it the right choice for the LabelSaver solution.

Shorter setup times and new quality assurance options in focus

At this year’s Labelexpo Europe (September 23-27 in Brussels), BST eltromat International and Nyquist Systems will show new options for web monitoring and 100% inspection with the systems in the TubeScan family. Nyquist Systems has been part of the BST Group since the beginning of 2019. Under the slogan “perfecting your performance,” BST eltromat and Nyquist will be exhibiting the current results of their collaboration with Hybrid Software at two exhibition booths in hall 5 (booths D23 and E05). Hybrid Software is one of the world’s leading providers of innovative solutions for PDF-based pre-press-stage workflows and linkups to management information systems (MIS). The collaboration has enabled the two companies to considerably simplify and speed up setup processes in label printing (including quality assurance). Visitors in Brussels will also see the latest options for the QLink workflow, which integrates quality assurance into the pre-press stage, printing, and assembly. More detailed technical options and features for the TubeScan product range will be shown at the Nyquist booth. Alongside 100% inspection, the BST eltromat booth will also be presenting the company’s entire range for quality assurance in narrow-web processes – from web guiding, web monitoring, and register control to color measurement, color management, and workflow solutions.

Thursday, August 29, 2019

Nothing Stops a Great Idea..!!

Pharma Brand Protection & Packaging 2019 to start today at Hotel Novotel, Mumbai

Packaging is no longer a reference to a box or a carton, but rather to a coordinated system of preparing goods for safe, cost-effective, and efficient movement throughout the whole supply chain that eventually leads to maximizing consumer value, sales, and hence profits. The ever-evolving global pharmaceutical packaging industry holds a market size of around $95 - $97 billion. This market is expected to witness a notable growth with a healthy CAGR of 6% to 7% in the coming years, owing to the increased R&D, new innovations in packaging materials, growth in generic market & rise in the trend of contract packaging. The brand matters and the companies need to protect it. They have worked hard to build the customers trust and loyalty. This industry is in a constant battle against counterfeiting & is thriving hard towards its Brand Protection.

Back to the Future with The Label Printers and their three Domino K600i Digital UV Inkjet Printers

The Label Printers, located in Aurora, IL as been a trusted industry leader since 1967, producing labels for product branding, safety, brand protection, product authentication, and so much more. Industries served include food & beverage, industrial & automotive, health & personal care, electrical & electronics…to name a few. Their personalized attention to detail, responsiveness, and commitment to quality mean that their customers have the peace of mind that comes with knowing they’ll get the exact labels they need, when they need them. The Label Printers print 1.75 billion labels annually.

Quality and Commitment
One component in helping The Label Printers achieve that quality and commitment they provide their customers has been their partnership with Domino.

IST Metz LEDcure SCR for retrofitting label printing machines

At Labelexpo Europe, which takes place from 24 to 27 September in Brussels, UV system manufacturer IST Metz will present its new LEDcure SCR LED system for retrofitting label printing presses at Stand D21 in Hall 5. The LEDcure SCR meets the requirements of label production and can be easily integrated into existing printing presses.

The basic design of the LEDcure SCR is intelligent and modular as well as robust and compact, giving users the utmost flexibility and versatility. The system is available in lengths from 270 to 540 mm and can be adapted to all requirements of offset and flexo printing machines. The LEDcure SCR is part of the LED product range that IST offers in cooperation with its subsidiary Integration Technology Ltd.

Flexible Packaging Market in Asia Pacific expanding at 6.5% CAGR up to 2024

Asia Pacific flexible packaging market dominated by China and India, contributed noticeably toward the overall share with USD 35 billion in 2015, and is projected to grow at more than 6% CAGR up to 2024. Emerging economics along with expanding processed food and pharmaceutical industry are the major factors driving the regional demand.

According to a report by GMI, Global Flexible Packaging Market will achieve 5% CAGR to cross $250bn up to 2024. Flexible Packaging Market will grow lucratively over the coming seven years owing to the surging demand from various end-use sectors such as food and beverage, healthcare, personal care, and industrial. Shifting trends toward convenient packing are influencing the manufacturers to adopt the flexible packaging techniques, driven by its lightweight characteristic.

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Nothing stops a great idea...

Avery Dennison felicitates winners of ‘Spirit of Invention’ Scholarship

With the aim to recognize and reward academic excellence and outstanding innovation capabilities in students studying in the fields of science, engineering & technology, Avery Dennison Foundation today announced 10 winners under its Spirit of Invention (InvEnt) Scholarship Scheme. In its 2019 edition of InvEnt, Avery Dennison felicitated 10 scholars from premier institutes in an award ceremony organized in Gurgaon.

Xeikon adds valuable features to its Panther technology

Xeikon has developed a specific solution for printers looking to enhance and increase their range of labels. It is the unique combination of the Xeikon X-800 workflow and the PantherCure UV ink that can generate a tactile layer, responsible for a so called “haptic effect” in print. Printers can easily create designer labels with enhanced tactility, textures and a luxury feel. Xeikon’s new haptic printing process not only boosts and expands the range of possible applications for high-end label markets, it helps make significant time savings by avoiding any modifications to the prepress files. Tactile effects on labels are greatly appreciated by the beer, beverage, food, and Health & Beauty markets.

Business as usual? Not in the European label industry!

The 2019 Finat European Label Forum brought together a large proportion of the extended label industry value chain in Copenhagen in June. The agenda was very much focussed on business strategies for a successful future – the core target for Finat, the international association linking the label community.

MPS and Domino to launch wider hybrid EF Symjet press at Labelexpo Europe

MPS and Domino are set to launch a wider version of their successful hybrid MPS EF Symjet press. Coming in a width of 17” / 430 mm, the new Domino N617i unit is fully integrated in the established MPS EFA flexo platform.

Pamex 2020 Promotion at Batala, Punjab

During the special General Body meeting, The Association of Printers organized a seminar on protection and preservation of Environment. The seminar was held at Batala Club on 18th August under the chairmanship of Mr. Hardip Singh Bhatia, President. Prof. Kamal Chopra, Chairman Pamex was the Chief Guest. S. Harbakhash Singh, former President of the association presented the environment issue and said, in order to ensure a sustainable future, we all need to assume responsibility for our actions and commit ourselves for creating positive social and environmental changes.

He said, it is a monumental task and education is the only key to make it happen. A healthy environment and availability of enough natural resources ensures sustainability of life on earth. Small adaptation in our lifestyle can contribute towards shrinking of our individual Carbon footprints, S Harbakhash Singh said.

Avery Dennison ‘World of Science’ to showcase breakthrough technology at Labelexpo Europe 2019

Visitors to Labelexpo Europe 2019 will be the first to learn about the newest Avery Dennison breakthrough technology, to be launched at the show, which runs Sept. 24-27 at Brussels Expo in Belgium.

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Watch out for Labels India 100th issue...

Haney launches commercial packaging division, Haney Digital

Haney is expanding its digital printing and packaging capabilities with the launch of Haney Digital. Building on 30 years of heritage and passion for brand package innovation and realization, Haney Digital delivers digital printing, laminating, and converting for short-run commercial flexible packaging applications to the Consumer-Packaged Goods (CPG) industry.

As the Packaging Microfactory™, Haney provides CPGs a one-stop-shop for the informed prototyping, printing, and copacking of consumer usable samples for FDA regulated products. As Scott Whitehouse, VP of Client Services for Haney Digital explains, developing a commercial printing capability is a logical extension of the Microfactory concept. “Adding Haney Digital to an already stellar suite of services that Haney has offered to CPG and Agency partners for decades will truly round out Haney’s portfolio and enable our clients to have access to the ultimate packaging toolbox.”