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Packaging World September 18, 2012
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Logopak satisfies your Need for Speed in your print and apply labeling! ad image 1
Logopak thrives in high-speed labeling environments with labeling systems capable of up to 140 applications per minute. Logopak will exceed your expectations with its industrial print and apply labeling capabilities.
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Logopak prints and applies RFID labels in real time! ad image 2
Logopak has installed several systems at Centraal Boekhuis in the Netherlands. The systems scan the EAN bar code on the book, use that information to program the embedded RFID tag, then print and apply the label for each particular book. Click here for the video of the process.
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Get the tools you need to label your pallets accurately! ad image 3
Logopak's 920PF labels adjacent sides of your pallet at production line speeds accurately and reliably. With a built in scanner, you will know that the right label is applied to the right pallet!
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Logopak makes around-the-corner labeling a snap! ad image 4
Cases moving? Cases stopped? Logopak can get your labels around the corner either way.
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Logopak labeling machines apply labels to the front of packs simply and reliably! ad image 5
Logopak makes getting labels onto the front of packs and boxes easy and accurate. Logopak's unique carbon fiber applicator is is light and fast; just what you need to maximize your Operational Efficiency!
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Should package development be done in-house or with vendor help?
As a packaging professional with more than 40 years of experience in package design and development, all of the large consumer product companies I have been associated with have faced many design challenges in making sure each package had the best appearance possible at retail, yet also conveyed a quality product to consumers.
New hires are hard to come by
A fascinating—if sobering—white paper came out this spring titled "Developing & engaging the manufacturing workforce."
Brawny pack supports Wounded Warrior Project
Wrapper design features stories of veterans and QR/text codes and Web/Facebook links that enable shoppers to give back to injured service members and their families and caregivers.
Digital TIJ printing on nonporous substrates
Signature Seasonings prints PET bottles with a digital thermal ink-jet printing system whose cartridges carry a break-through solvent ink.
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Greenpeace puts the heat on KFC paper source
Sandoz/Cinpharm partnership to increase medicine access in Sub-Saharan Africa
Package-testing laboratories occupying new niches
Pomegranate arils crowned with custom container
Stage 5 of Product Intimacy
Melinda Wooten of KW Strategems discusses the stages of intimacy as they relate to product recognition. Stage 5, tonight's the night.
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