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2004 RFID What's News

2004 RFID What's News

2003 RFID What's News

2003 RFID What's News

Lutter to Address FDA's Efforts to Accelerate RFID Adoption

Randall Lutter will be the featured keynote speaker during day two of the 4th Annual RFID World.

Magazines Name Seal-It Top Business

Seal-It has been named to several lists of "Top Owned Businessness" by Diversity Business.com, Women's Enterprise magazine, and Crain's New York magazine.

Narrow Web New Products

Narrow web new products from: Zero-Max, Neenah Paper, Avery Dennison, and Research Inc.

Protecting Brands

The familiar pressure-sensitive label offers some practical approaches that converters can offer brand owners to secure the integrity of their products—by using a familiar "carrier" mechanism.

Labelexpo Asia a Success

Labelexpo Asia 2005 attracted 9,100 visitors from over 70 different countries, doubling in size from the last event in 2003.

Trends & Technical Solutions

Filmic release liners are used in many pressure-sensitive applications today. The market for filmic release liners is growing at a rate of 10%/yr, fueled in part by the emergence of premium applications that require the level of optical clarity, water resistance, flexibility, or fiber-free performance films can provide.

Narrow Web What's New

Narrow web new products from: Avery Dennison, AB Graphic Intl, and IST Metz.

The Digital Demand

The Label Printers has expanded its manufacturing capabilities into color plateless technology with the purchase of a seven-color HP Indigo ws4050 digital press.

TLMI turns 70 (PDF)

First Glance

Innovative packaging from: Caraustar Industries, Graphic Packaging Intl., and Chesapeake Corp.

Narrow Web New Products

Narrow web new products from: Neenah Paper, Avery Dennison, Imaje Group, and Tectonic Intl.

MACtac Supplies Stamp Material

MACtac supplied pressure-sensitive label materials for 200 million of the USPS’ 2005 holiday stamps. (mactac.com)

FVTC Updates Narrow Web Technology

Fox Valley Technical College has replaced its seven-inch Comco Cadet with a six-color, seven-inch Mark Andy 2200. (fvtc.edu)

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