Avery Dennison Label and Packaging Materials has added two innovations to its flexible packaging offering for narrow web converters. These include the new ChemControl portfolio and an expanded Stickpak portfolio.
Avery Dennison's booth at Labelexpo will help converters discover opportunities for them to spur growth. The booth will feature four zones, including the Productivity Zone, the Shelf Appeal Zone, the Smart Solutions Zone and the Sustainability and Compliance Zone.
Avery Dennison has expanded its CleanFlake Portfolio, offering a solution for the pressure-sensitive market to meet PET Recycling Compatibility. CleanFlake Technology improves the recyclability of PET bottles.
The trinity of inks, substrates and adhesives form the core of nearly every completed package. But with so many variations among these materials, an understanding of how they relate to one another is important for printers and converters to grasp before going to press.
Vogue International, the makers of OGX hair care products, collaborated with WS Packaging Group and Avery Dennison to reduce the environmental impacts of pressure-sensitive labels on packaging.
Competition was stiff among top high school performers from across North America in the Phoenix Challenge High School Flexo Competition. A total of 19 teams participated, a total which has grown every year since the Phoenix Challenge high school program began in 1998.
Avery Dennison Corporation has named Anne L. Bramman as senior vice president and CFO. As CFO, Bramman will lead the company’s finance function, including audit, financial reporting, investor relations, planning and analysis, tax and treasury. She will also oversee information technology. Bramman succeeds Mitchell R. Butier, who was recently named Avery Dennison president and COO.
L'Oreal and Avery Dennison have joined forces to create more environmentally friendly labels. The collaboration targets sustainability issues at each point of the label lifecycle.
Fabien Bourgies, global director of wine and spirits for Avery Dennison, told FoodProductionDaily bright-white labels can give wineries the stand-out appeal bottles must have in order to compete on the increasingly crowded liquor shelf.
“Retailers know consumers spend more time looking at wines if the area is softly lit, with a ‘cellar-like’ atmosphere, and the performance of a white label material can be pivotal in these conditions,” he said. “The right material choice will make a bottle stand out in minimal light levels.”