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GEW Wins Green Award

SURREY, UK | GEW (EC) Ltd. has been awarded the first Green Award for suppliers at the Label Industry Global Awards 2009, held during Labelexpo Europe, for its e-System UV ink curing equipment. The award honors companies taking collaborative action to reduce their impact on the environment before restrictive legislation is imposed. The e-System reduces running power by 30% and decreases CO2 emissions by 30% while extending lamp life.

  • Color Resolutions Intl., Fairfield, OH, expands NW ink blending to its LaVerne facility in Southern California to permit same or next day delivery or pickup.

  • MGI USA, Melbourne, FL, adds three dealers to its network: Fuller Grafix (serving Illinois and Northern Indiana), Alpha Imaging Technologies (serving New England), and Standard Dynamics (serving Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota).

  • Overnight Labels, Deer Park, NY, wins the 2009 Peak Grand Award from Print Solutions magazine for its Magic Coat shrink sleeve entry in the Prime Labels & Tags category.

  • Xeikon, Itasca, IL, offers new Xeikon 3300/3000 customers a complimentary first-time membership in the Tag & Label Mfrs. Assn. (TLMI), Gloucester, MA.

  • Mitsubishi Polyester Film, Greer, SC, receives L.I.F.E. (Label Initiative for the Environment) certification from TLMI.

  • Werner Kammann Maschinenfabrik, Bünde, Germany, files for insolvency and seeks investors. Interested parties may obtain further information from Uwe Borgers, Mentor AG (www.mentorag.de).

  • Premier Georgia Printing and Labels, Gainesville, GA, installs a fully automated Heidelberg Suprasetter 74 MCL thermal CtP device.

  • Blue Spark Technologies, Cleveland, OH, signs a joint marketing agreement with Cambridge, UK-based Novalia to design and develop interactive printed electronics products.

  • HP, Palo Alto, CA, reports an installed based of more than 50 Indigo WS6000 presses in 15+ countries.

  • Israel-based PowerID qualifies Datamax-O'Neil's H-Class RFID printers to print and encode two types of EPCglobal Class 1, Generation2-compliant BAP labels: the PowerG and PowerT. The H4212X and H6210 printers are the first UHF printers and encoders to support PowerID's battery-assisted, passive (BAP) labels.

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