Tarsus Group, organizer of Labelexpo India 2020 and Brand Print India 2020, has today confirmed that the upcoming editions of the co-located shows, due to take place at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, Delhi NCR from 2 – 5 December, have been postponed in light of ongoing concerns over coronavirus/COVID-19.
FINAT, the European self-adhesive and narrow web industry association, is launching the second edition of its #LABELicious Competition. The Competition was introduced last year as part of FINAT’s aim to reach out to students and young professionals around Europe as part of the association’s campaign to attract young talents to its workforce. This year’s edition will focus on a selected number of countries, education institutes and label companies.
Today, after ample consideration and carefully having monitored the situation around Covid-19, FINAT's Executive Board took the decision to transform the Technical Seminar into a virtual event. For the time being, the dates of 2-4 December 2020 will be maintained, but more information will be disclosed as soon as the Seminar Programme Committee has reviewed the programme. Stay tuned.
Under normal circumstances, the annual FINAT President's Report would have been presented at the General Assembly on the occasion of the European Label Forum. This year, for reasons well-known, the FINAT members met in a virtual setting on 27 August last.
Sometime during the spring of 2002 while I was camping in Mumbai, a father son duo came to meet me to seek my advice on the way forward in their label printing business. They were making labels for beer and liquor companies by outsourcing printing from sheetfed offset printers and then embellishing them at their factory, Hot foiling, Embossing, Die-cutting, etc.
This year’s RADAR Converter Survey dedicated a special section on the impact of Covid-19 measures on the label industry.
Federico D’Annunzio, BOBST Group, has been chosen as the recipient of the esteemed R. Stanton Avery Global Achievement Award 2020.
After two years of modest, 1.5% annual demand growth in 2018 and 2019, the Covid-19 pandemic has boosted European demand for self-adhesive label materials in the first half of 2020.
A resilient Indian label industry, that was reeling under adverse impact of lockdown due to Covid-19, is now clawing its way back to normalcy despite facing a highly stressful financial situation that has left them staring at a massive gap in cashflow and loss of production.
#LABELicious is back again and FINAT members can join as partners in this 2nd edition. The focus will be on a ‘per country’ collaboration between educational institutes and national label printers in the same country or region.