Scodix has entered into a strategic global partnership agreement with Avery Dennison Retail Branding and Information Solutions (RBIS), a division of Avery Dennison, to acquire 10 Scodix Ultra Pro Digital Enhancement presses. Representing the most substantial deal in Scodix history, the companies will work closely together to implement the 10 finishing systems — with the full range of Scodix enhancements — strategically across Avery Dennison RBIS' key production facilities worldwide.
The growth of digital printing, along with high-margin label work, allows printers to boost their bottom line.
Already, more than two dozen partner suppliers are onboard and up to 150 attendees are expected to attend Domino’s upcoming event.
This year, Labelexpo enjoyed its largest edition—attracting 35,739 visitors—as it marked its 35th anniversary.
OKI’s C711 digital color printer, in conjunction with Avery Chemical Labels, has been approved for the production of GHS applications.
Avery Dennison has filed a lawsuit in Germany against UPM Raflatac, asserting that Raflex MDO infringes European Patent.
COLUMBIA, MD—National signage and graphics company Signs By Tomorrow has opened a pair of new franchises, in Durham, NC, and Fort Worth, TX, as well as crowned a new owner for its Marlton, NJ, location.
HP will introduce 10 digital printing systems at drupa that offer print service providers greater versatility, productivity and quality, including the first 29" HP Indigo press and higher-speed HP Inkjet Web Presses. The HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press is a 29.5x20.9" sheetfed press that prints at speeds of 3,450 sheets per hour in full color, and up to 4,600 sheets per hour in EPM.
Spinnaker Coating has acquired from Avery Dennison Corporation a license to produce and sell the Crack ’n Peel and FasTrack brands in the United States and Canada. In a separate transaction, Spinnaker has made an agreement with Avery Dennison’s Office and Consumer Products business to sell and distribute Avery-brand diecut labels to paper merchants in the United States and Canada.
In 2009, the RFID market grew to $5.56 billion, having almost tripled in five years. Being largely based on government backed military, identity card, financial card, passport and other projects and legally mandated requirements such as animal tagging, this market is recession proof, continuing to grow rapidly.