As society continues to move in a digital direction, printed packaging has maintained its viability in the physical world. But, with the recent announcement that Constantia Flexibles is launching an interactive packaging platform called Constantia Interactive, packaging is taking a major step toward bridging the physical and digital gap.
Domino has created a brand new video to highlight and illustrate how Meyers, a forward-thinking and progressive provider of labels, cards, signage and displays is utilizing technology and innovation to deliver more value to their customers with its new MPS EF SYMJET Powered By Domino.
On the second day of the two-day Heidelberg Packaging Days, journalists were taken to two Heidelberg customers to witness the company's technology in action.
Much like digital printing technology, the Digital Packaging Summit has evolved since its debut.
As consumers and brands continue to realize the benefits flexible packaging provides, converters can make the most of the increasing opportunities in the segment.
Ricoh is the first industry leader to commit to participating at the first-ever PRINT United, an SGIA and NAPCO Media event, further demonstrating its Commercial & Industrial Printing Business Group’s strategic vision.
The variety of flexible substrates utilized in packaging have different needs throughout the printing and converting processes. Understanding the nuances of these materials will help ensure the best results on press.
Domino has released an ‘Inkjet Coverage Guide’ booklet, a tool to help customers and prospects estimate ink costs of the Domino N610i digital UV inkjet label press as compared to running the same label job on other technologies.
As both the in-store and online shopping experience evolves, packaging remains a crucial element in the interaction between brands and consumers. However, in this changing retail landscape, brands need to consider the new roles that packaging can play in connecting with the consumer.
This white paper will take a look at the hiring challenge that today’s industry faces, as well as the changing attitudes about work and compensation that Millennials bring to the table. In addition, we will take a closer look at some of the strategies that can be used to make a print shop more attractive to these workers - both today and into the future. The content is adapted from the NAPCO Media - packagePRINTING webinar, "How to Find, Train and Retain High Value Employees," sponsored by BOBST.
The recent Digital Packaging Summit featured the latest information on digital printing in the corrugated segment through firsthand user experiences and a "Deep Dive" session from an industry expert. Check out these audio clips for the latest insight into digital printing for corrugated.
During last week's Heidelberg Packaging Days event, Stephan Plenz of Heidelberg led a session looking at the future of packaging and the steps that Heidelberg is taking to address needs in the evolving packaging industry.
Xeikon users can meet increased market demands for container decoration and offer a broader range of services following the certification of substrates from South Korean Filmax, a manufacturer of polypropylene films.
Nike's Global Football Division is using Esko's Studio for its packaging design, leading to considerable improvements in user-experience, concept communication and time-savings. Esko’s Studio is a unique set of tools for 3D packaging design made specifically for packaging artwork professionals.
According to the Paperboard Packaging Council’s (PPC) recent Trends: 2017 Industry Outlook and Market Data Report, U.S. folding carton shipments will grow at a 0.4% annual rate over the next five years, reaching a value of $9.6 billion.
D'addario, one of the world's leading manufacturers of guitar strings and other musical instrument accessories, relies on its in-plant printing operation to produce its quality, color-accurate packaging.