168澳洲幸运5开奖结果直播-官方开奖结果历史查询-在线澳洲幸运5开奖结果直播平台 Embellishment Mojo: Harness the Style That Makes a Product Pop

In the highly competitive consumer market where products vie for attention, packaging and labels can be key differentiators. Taktiful’s Kevin Abergel looks at how embellishments can give consumer and retail packaging and labels more shelf impact and convey an impression of luxury and premium quality.

Sewn in the USA: Will Textile Manufacturing Really Come Back Home?

The COVID pandemic laid bare the frailties of the global supply chain. There was much discussion in the textiles and apparel industry about how to mitigate the issues experienced when shipping product from Asia—included more consideration of reshoring or near-shoring to Latin America. Cary Sherburne looks at the post-COVID state of re- and near-shoring textiles production.

All in One vs. Hybrid: Living in Perfect Harmony

There aren’t a lot of all-in-one application-specific solutions that can address “all” application requirements. However, there is a lot of development among packaging press and converting machine manufacturers to address the new shifting market requirements. Ultimately application requirements can be fairly disparate, so a modular hybrid solution will undoubtedly provide the widest range of process adaptability.

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GEW’s AeroLED Curing System Offers Unparalleled Performance to Label Printers

GEW’s AeroLED was the standout UV curing system at Labelexpo Europe, with demonstrations on OEM machinery illustrating energy savings of over 70%. Energy savings are one of the six major benefits of AeroLED and GEW’s AeroLED Spotlight video discusses each of these in full.

Have Your Cake: Consumers Want More Sustainable Packaging, at an Unsustainable Price

As consumers’ preference for sustainable products grows, that preference is extending to the packaging those products come in. Heidi Tolliver-Walker looks at consumers’ attitudes toward sustainable packaging.

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Orders are increasing for short-run, on-demand packaging to satisfy shifting consumer purchasing requirements. While converters and web-to-pack systems are being developed to operate at the “speed of retail,” there are many opportunities, complexities and value- added offerings not seen in commercial print.

Executive Q&A: Michelman’s Lisa DiGate on Driving Innovation in Digital Printing and Packaging

We recently sat down with Lisa DiGate, vice president, global business–HP Indigo at Michelman, to discuss the power of innovation, collaboration and a focus on sustainability in propelling innovation forward in the digital printing and packaging industries.

Embellishments: The Past & the Future

European section editor Ralf Schlözer provides a primer on embellishments and identifies some common uses, as well as the potential for profitability for print businesses looking to adopt embellishment techniques.

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The Taktiful/WhatTheyThink 2023 Specialty Digital Ink and Toner Embellishment Study

The new 2023 Specialty Digital Ink and Toner Embellishment Study provides detailed analysis of how current users of digital ink and toner embellishment technologies are utilizing them, what the response from customers has been, how satisfied print providers have been with the sales and profitability of these jobs, where the challenges lie, and their general feelings about the future of digital ink and toner embellishment technologies.

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Screen Printing Establishments—2010–2020
Screen Printing Establishments—2010–2020

According to the latest, recently released edition of County Business Patterns, in 2021 there were 5,559 establishments in NAICS 323113 (Commercial Screen Printing). This represents an increase of 25% since 2010—but a decrease of -0.1% from 2020. In macro news, the third estimate of Q2 GDP is unchanged, but with some subtle changes “under the hood.” Full Analysis

Turnover and Employment in Print in Europe—Switzerland
Turnover and Employment in Print in Europe—Switzerland

This bi-weekly series of short articles aims to shed a spotlight on the size of the printing industry in Europe per country and how revenues and employment developed in 2020, when the pandemic impacted businesses. This time we look at Switzerland, the eighth-largest printing industry by turnover in Europe. Full Analysis

July Shipments: Down, Down We Go
July Shipments: Down, Down We Go

In a year that continues to surprise, July 2023 printing shipments came in at $7.04 billion, down from June’s $7.40 billion. Full Analysis

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At the beginning of the year Xerox was considering not attending Printing United but they will have a significant presence. No one knows what the future holds. Reply

David Carrillo on Xerox Withdraws from drupa—and From Production Print?

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20230928092715/en/Xerox-Announces-542-Million-Repurchase-of-Shares-from-Carl-C.-Icahn-and-Affiliates Innovation is in Xerox' genetic make-up and I am sure there are things that will come out of the changes in… Full comment Reply

Chuck Werninger on Xerox Withdraws from drupa—and From Production Print?

This seems like the sad conclusion, the beginning of the end, for one of our industry's pioneering companies and who largely made the digital printing market segment. It's not surprising given the lack of innovation in the last 10 years but it is har… Full comment Reply

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Allan, congratulations on your amazing, influential career! Reply

Heidi Tolliver-Walker on Is Video Production Expertise Passe? AI-Generated Video Is Here

@Louis. You can create better videos for free, but if you want to export them without the watermark, then you need to upgrade. In the initial AI generation, the quality of the videos was somewhat better, and it didn't have the repetition that these … Full comment Reply

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