Color-changing ink in packaging applications has been around for years, but Crown and CTI have collaborated on a new technology that features hidden messages. Matt Twiss of Crown shared some insights on Reveal Ink with packagePRINTING.
When UV LED curing first hit the market, it was clear that the technology would bring several advantages to the package printing industry. However, one of the biggest concerns surrounding the technology was the availability of compatible inks.
Delivering consistent results is essential in the package printing business. To capitalize on these customer demands, converters should be prioritizing their automation and color control. packagePRINTING recently hosted a webinar to discuss these important aspects of printing.
More so than many other products, plants and flowers often require a great deal of consumer maintenance to flourish. Orora Visual has partnered with Lowe's to print Grow Together connected plant tags that extend product information to consumers' mobile devices.
With a theme of “Trending Now,” the Flexographic Technical Association’s annual Forum and INFO*FLEX will cover the most pressing issues in the industry.
Control Group combines its background in pharmaceutical packaging with a drive to innovate, leading to high-quality, creative results.
2017 marks two major milestones for the Phoenix Challenge Foundation. Chairman Bettylyn Krafft reflects on the foundation’s impact on the industry.
There are several reasons why now is a great time to be a printer of folding cartons and paperboard packaging. The Paperboard Packaging Council's (PPC) Spring Meeting highlighted paperboard's sustainability advantages, visual quality, protection capabilities and much more.
Consumers are opting for healthier lifestyles, which has led to a noticeable drop in soda sales, combined with an increase in bottled water consumption. With these evolving consumer preferences, what will be the implications for package and label printers and converters?
Conventional and LED-UV curing each offer their own distinct advantages, giving converters a lot to explore when making a decision.
Through a joint venture partnership, new printing equipment and a new state-of-the-art facility, Rondo-Pak combines packaging precision with marketing agility.
With its fourth U.S. edition scheduled for April 25-27 in Orlando, Fla., ICE USA, the International Converting Exhibition, will bring the converting community together for three days dedicated to the several facets of the converting process.
Backed by clean energy and an environmental conscience, AMGRAPH takes a sustainable approach to flexible packaging.
As consumers, brands and retailers begin to realize the benefits of flexible packaging, package printers will see increased opportunity in the segment.
As brands seek ways to make packaging more interactive, some have tried implementing technologies such as NFC, RFID and QR Codes. But, could image recognition technology — like that provided by MYPACK Connect — make it easier for brands and consumers to access the value of smart packaging?