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Innovation can deliver for both big and small

The label printing landscape is shifting, as evidenced by events that took place just as this article was being compiled.

Coveris invests in reclose labelling division

Global packaging giant Coveris has invested in a new Converter 530 series 3 to increase capacity of its reclose labelling division at one of its UK sites.

Accraply acquires Harland and saves it from administration

US-owned Accraply has acquired Manchester-based label machinery manufacturer Harland Machine Systems, rescuing it from the brink of administration and safeguarding 70 jobs.

Heidelberg to showcase new Gallus Labelfire

A prototype, new-generation Gallus label press is expected to pull in around 1,000 visitors when it is unveiled in a few weeks' time.

New business targets UK labels market

A new print management venture for the labels market is targeting sales of £500,000 within a year.

Me & my: Domino N610i

When you’re a dedicated corrugated packaging company and a big customer asks you if you’ll print its labels, what are you going to do? In the case of Charapak, the answer was to set up a new labels division and install one of the UK’s first Domino N610i UV-cured inkjet label presses. After all, a bit of diversity always comes in handy.

60 seconds with Amberley Labels

Amberley Labels was established in the early 1980s and when the owner retired in the mid-90s there was an MBO. This resulted in a new phase of innovation, and the firm’s investment in high-tech digital kit has earned it a reputation as one of the UK’s premier digital self-adhesive label producers.

Administration for Bramwell Label Co following digital venture

The Bramwell Label Company has gone into administration with 30 jobs lost and its kit up for auction.

Label presses that pack more punch

The basic concept behind flexo is a flexible relief plate similar to the way that letterpress works. It can print to a very wide range of substrates, from flexible films through to folding carton and, as with any analogue process, lends itself to long runs. There are two main formats: wide-web, mainly based around a common or central impression cylinder and used for packaging; and narrow-web, which is the focus of this feature and mainly used for label printing.

The Label Makers completes £2m spend with Durst

The Label Makers has secured what it said was a European first by taking a second Durst Tau 330 system as part of a £2m investment.

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