It is little more than seven or eight years since the concept of putting together an education and training resource for the label and package printing industry was first conceived. Today, that initial concept has grown into the Label Academy, a global resource of some 15 technical books, two encyclopedias and a comprehensive history of the evolution of the label industry, together with an ever-increasing range of dedicated masterclasses and workshops. But it’s about much more than that. The Label Academy’s founder Mike Fairley reports about the latest titles.
It hardly seems possible that some 40 years have passed since the very first fledgling show dedicated solely to labels, coding and marking was held in London in the spring of 1980, supported by a one-day label seminar in a nearby hotel.
The 3-day LMAI label conference from 25th-27th July 2019 was an event that was efficiently organized and delivered the promise of comradeship, entertainment and knowledge sharing.
Labelexpo Europe 2019, in collaboration with HP Indigo, the world leader in digital labels and packaging, today revealed further details of the company’s portfolio of digital presses and solutions to drive new high-value applications for labels
Some dust was stirred up at the European Label Forum in Copenhagen last June when the Young Managers Club relaunched and revamped themselves as the Young Professionals Network. Here to embrace change, openness and learning experiences, the group of young professionals welcomes all similarly minded label players who are looking for exactly that whilst building their network in an industry that already feels for most, like family.
Four European label printing/converting companies have been shortlisted for the European Converter of the Year Award, as part of this year’s Label Industry Global Awards.
Narrow web label converters looking to enter the fast-growing flexible packaging market will learn everything they need to know at the Labelexpo Europe 2019 Flexible Packaging Arena, further details of which have been announced today.
At the General Assembly 2019 in Copenhagen, FINAT members welcomed three new members to the FINAT Board.
After last month’s report of slowing demand for self-adhesive label materials in 2018, FINAT’s latest edition of the 6-monthly market monitor, the FINAT RADAR, confirms signs of a cooling label market.
In effort to provide a platform for interaction between Brand Owners and label printers; leading to evolution, creativity in labels, understand the needs of buyers, discuss statutory requirements and evaluate sustainability in labels, the Label Manufacturers Association of India (LMAI) has been organising events.