TE Connectivity (TE), a maker of connectivity and sensors, has released the SP self-laminating polyester label as an labeling solution for applications that can withstand temperatures from minus 40˚C (minus 40˚F) up to 150˚C (302˚F). TE’s SP is a thermal transfer printable, low-profile translucent polyester film with a permanent acrylic adhesive. It is supplied with … Continue reading Self-laminating polyester labels a solution for identifying cabling exposed to high heat
Approximately 1.8 billion people worldwide bought products online in 2018 and it’s predicted this will increase by another 350 million by 2021. However, this does not mean brick-and-mortar store are dying. What’s becoming clear is that with rapidly advancing technology, consumers are demanding an increasingly interactive shopping experience. As a result, businesses are having to … Continue reading Enhancing your brand with interactive labels
Brother International (Aust), provider of mobile printing solutions, has launched its RJ-2 Series of two-inch mobile label and receipt printers.
A security label which deters the theft of high-value meat cuts from supermarkets has begun to attract international attention after being rolled out in New Zealand.
All Australian food products are set to be branded with a single country of origin label in accordance with a plan being pushed by mining magnate Andrew “Twiggy” Forrest.
Australia’s largest label manufacturer worked in conjunction with one of Australasia’s largest food and beverage companies to find an innovative way to advertise on bottles. To assist The Daily Drinks Company in advertising a promotional message, Labelmakers (in partnership with Lion) used the HERMA 400 to create a simplified adhesive neck tag for the company’s … Continue reading Result Group finds a new way to advertise on bottles
Optical food sorting system manufacturer Tomra Sorting Food has reached a milestone in its history.
Trans-Tasman label converter Hally Group, with subsidiaries Hally Labels (Brisbane, Christchurch, Auckland), AC Labels (Sydney) and Mark-It Labels (Christchurch), is being acquired by Hexagon Holdings.
Arnott’s has paid penalties totalling $51,000 following the issue of five infringement notices by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission relating to representations made by Arnott’s about its Shapes Light & Crispy product.
New packaging for Coopers Clear has been unveiled by Coopers Brewery ahead of summer.
Packaging and processing solutions provider, tna has appointed John Van Duin as its new group solutions manager – processing for Asia Pacific.
Label Power has launched Epson’s new ColorWorks C7500 Pigment Ink industrial in-house label printers.
Australia’s current alcohol warning labels are failing to effectively convey health messages to the public, according to a new study from Deakin University.
Proposed changes to Australia’s Country of Origin Labelling system are a small step towards meaningful reform but fall short of giving Australian consumers information that genuinely identifies the true origins of a product’s ingredients.
CHOICE has called for the government to clearly label sugar on food products following the consumer group’s finding that there are 43 different names food companies use to describe added sugars.
The new LX2000 colour label and tag printer takes on demand colour label printing to the next level.