Hot Seal Heading For Flexible Packaging
Web Offset Need Continues Growth 2
If there has been one constant in the world of flexible packaging, it's that fact that innovation rules. Seemingly every month there is a new carton, package or label design that requires new technology to print it.
Recently, hot sealing has become popular within the flexible packaging industry.
Advancements In Flexible Packaging Part II
Look at newspaper printing, for example. The rise of digital information (the majority of people now get their news from online news sources, Twitter, homepages, etc.), a lot of printing news publications have limited their press runs, stop printing all together or have switched to a different format. The need for Web Offset for these applications still exists, it just a matter of accommodating the change. "Father and son owners Jack and John Batdorff not only believe that the future of hyper local newspapers is bright, but that there is still an important need for web offset printing, as well," reported PI World Magazine about the rise of Web Offset in different industries.
Advancements In Flexible Packaging Part I
Packaging and pouches are only becoming more dynamic in the world of flexible packaging printing. The cause is twofold—one, the people that make the products that go into the package want to set themselves apart. The thinking is that the more original, unique, and useful the package can become, the more consumers will want to buy it.
Web Offset Shifts To Flex Pack Printing Part II
The key to a successful flexible packaging printing operation is achieving two goals: great print quality and having low print costs. The industry has been trying to find new ways to achieve those goals through new inks, machines, applications, and processes.
Web Offset Shifts To Flex Pack Printing Part I
Food and beverage manufacturers are after a couple of things when it comes to the printing of their products: one, compliance with their own set of standards, and two, creating a process that is more cost effective, safe, and environmentally conscious.
In Part One of this blog we talked about the importance of printers complying with the company's own set of industry standards. "We always keep our suppliers updated about those requirements,” said Dr. Stephane Papilloud of Nestle.
U S Flex Packaging Market Showing Growth Potential
Unwrapping a chocolate bar and breaking off a chunk to devour is something almost everyone has done at some point in their lives. But before the tear, most consumers don't realize that a very intricate and in-depth process occurred prior to placing the chocolate in the wrapper—the package was designed, printed, and tested.
Web Offset A Great Flexible Packaging Production Solution
A recent study by the Flexible Packaging Association (FPA) shows a 3.8 percent rise in the industry, to an estimated $28.2 billion overall. The data was compiled through several key industry sources that included FPA members.
Ez Cure Continues To Amaze
Goss International joined with ESI in introducing VPak Offset Press Demonstration Week from October 13 – 17, 2014 at the Goss Packaging Technology Center in Durham, NH.
The advantages of electron beam web offset are numerous and meet the two major challenges currently facing the flexible packaging printing industry today, according to Peter Walczak, Goss Director of Product Management for Packaging Presses.
Esi Perfecting Web Offset
When it comes to printing, the applications, needs, and reach are only continuing to grow. That's why when your company invests in a durable piece of capital equipment, it needs to be able to answer the evolving needs of your customer base while being reliable and affordable. Those factors were the basis for Energy Sciences Inc.'s EZ Cure technology.
As the world's leader in electron beam technology, Energy Sciences Inc. has seen a lot of changes and growth in the different associated industries. Web Offset is no exception. Technology has required that companies either adapt, implement new ideas, or die, as it relates to Web Offset.