Gravure Printing

Mondi Inks Deal to Acquire KSP
November 10, 2015 at 8:30 am

Mondi Group acquired 95 percent of the outstanding share capital in KSP and related interests.

Flexible Refreshments
April 23, 2015 at 8:43 pm

Glass, rigid plastic and metal have long been the beverage packaging options of choice, but as flexible packaging continues to invade the marketplace, more beverages are being pouched.

The Power of Proliferation
April 1, 2011

Flexible packaging provider Exopack Holding Corp., the latest news is in the SKUs. This paper and plastic packaging converter, headquartered in Spartanburg, S.C., boasts 19 production facilities across North America and the United Kingdom, and supplies approximately 25,000 SKUs to 1,300 diverse customers.

Novel Printing Concept for Sustainable Packaging
August 1, 2010

With recent advances in waterborne energy curing resin technology, an elec
tron beam (EB) curing gravure printing process has been developed which allows elimination of VOC emissions and reduces energy consumption while providing outstanding aesthetics, chemical, physical, and functional properties.

Coast to Coast
June 1, 2010

Equipment, software and service purchases by U.S. packaging printers, including Dion Label.

Flexible Focus
April 1, 2009

Surviving and growing in a tough competitive environment requires the capability to focus on a core business mission, while having the flexibility to respond to ever-changing market trends. Associated Labels (, a Vancouver, Canada-based printing and packaging enterprise, is one company that has found much success adapting its core business (flexo-printed prime labels) with changing market demands (capabilities for flexible packaging and digital printing).

Still Going Strong
June 1, 2008

This year has made for an interesting economic ride. Few want to say the United States is in the throes of a recession, but even a cursory glance at fuel prices is enough to know that the economy is hurting. Despite the current economic woes in the United States, gravure printers are enjoying continued success. Although customers are always on the lookout for the printer who will cut them a break here or there, gravure printers are riding the wave of flexible packaging, exactly the type of packaging that demands the quality that the gravure process routinely delivers. This is not to say that