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For Australian Gold, the new Fasson Curvy film label created approximately 40% more labeling area.
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New sun-care bottle label offers 'Curve Appeal'

New enhanced label designed to fit the curved edges of Australian Gold’s Moisture Max 30 sun-care product package leads to a 5% increase in product sales.
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P-s labels provide premium look for pickles

Switch to pressure-sensitive labels for jars of Best Maid’s pickle products provides a premium look while maintaining the brand’s heritage appeal.
Plasma bag label provides 100% adhesion on frozen blood plasma bags
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Plasma bag label provides 100% adhesion on frozen blood plasma bags

Avery Dennison’s global pharmaceutical business development manager Gary Deans shows how self-adhesive labels can be applied to challenging frozen surfaces, such as blood plasma bags.
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ExxonMobil Chemical Company: Metalized film for pressure-sensitive labels

Suitable for applications such as beverages, health and beauty care, and household products, ExxonMobil's new Label-Lyte 50ML580 metalized, surface-printable oriented polypropylene (OPP) film for pressure sensitive label (PSL) applications provides a consistent, attractive metallic appearance and high-speed performance.
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UPM Raflatac, Inc: Pressure sensitive film labelstock

UPM Raflatac announces the launch of Polyjet WFPP, a new pressure sensitive film labelstock for the Americas market, which represents a technological breakthrough for variable information printing (VIP) applications.
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Avery Dennison Corporation: Pressure-sensitive label products

Facestocks help vintners enhance brand, increase shelf appeal of wine.
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Snapware had been using preprinted inserts, placed inside the containers (at right), as the primary means of branding its products. In June 2010, it switched to an automated labeling system that applies p-s labels to the side of the containers (at left).
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Snapware puts a lid on label variability

Using a single supplier for new labels and automated labeling equipment allows plastic storage container supplier to maximize efficiency and enhance product quality.
How pressure-sensitive labels are converted and printed
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How pressure-sensitive labels are converted and printed

This video from Weber Packaging Solutions provides an overview of its entire pressure-sensitive label manufacturing operation, including pre-press procedures and its use of both flexographic and leading-edge digital presses to print the labels.
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Simple hair care for all reflected in redesign for PERT

Bold label graphics refresh for first 2-in-1 shampoo/conditioner product helps PERT Plus establish itself as a simple hair-care solution in a sea of micro-segmented products.
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Silgan Plastics Corporation: Silgan Plastics Corporation: Pressure-sensitive labels for curved packages

Silgan Plastics has installed an Avery Dennison Curve Appeal labeling system which combines Fasson Curvy pressure-sensitive label material with a new patent-pending Avery Dennison application process that will enable Silgan to apply pressure-sensitive labels to complex curved package shapes.

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