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Beontag, Global Expert in Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives and Smart Tags, to participate in NRF 2024

Beontag, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of pressure-sensitive adhesives and smart tags such as RFID and NFC, will participate in NRF 2024 (from January 14th to 16th). Beontag will bring a significant portfolio of products, sustainability solutions, and a strong presence of leaders to the event, highlighting their solutions’ impact from the entire value chain to transforming the customer experience.

The company will be represented on-stage during NRF 2024 by Guido Mengoni, Marketing and Advisory Director at Temera, a Beontag Company. The presentation, taking place on Tuesday, January 16th, will focus on the innovative customer experience solutions Temera provides to leading luxury brand, Bulgari, using digital twin technology.

Speaking ahead of the show, Ricardo Lobo, Beontag CEO, said: “Beontag is excited to be joining the NRF again this year to mark the beginning of another milestone year of growth and innovation for retail. We look forward to meeting with customers, clients, friends and partners to discuss how we can make their lives, products and supply chains more connected and enabled than ever before.”

Beontag achieved impressive growth and innovation in 2023, enhancing its range of cutting-edge solutions and advancing its expansion. With a presence in over 40 countries, Beontag continues to strengthen their reputation as a global, borderless organisation. The company recently announced the next step in their North American expansion, having taken on a 200,000 square foot facility in Dayton, Ohio which will welcome 223 employees. Beontag’s evolving commitment to state-of-the-art products and a seamless customer journey bolsters their status as a trusted end-to-end provider of graphic and label materials as well as IoT (Internet of Things) solutions rooted in sustainable technologies.