Coding & Labelling

UPM Raflatac will showcase its sustainable labelling solutions at Labelexpo Europe 2023 (stand 5D41), taking place in Brussels, Belgium on 11-14 September.

Jason Brown is the new managing director at Label Line, taking the reins at the 24-year-old Bayswater-based business, which specialises in supplying self-adhesive blank labels.

Major label printing operation QLM Label Makers has a new CEO, with industry insider Tom Sullivan appointed to head the day-to-day running of the multinational business.

Result Group will be hosting an exclusive in-person traceability seminar at the GS1 Melbourne office with special guest, Simon Jones, business development director at Antares Vision Group.

Result Group officially launched its natural branding technology EcoMark at this year’s Hort Connections, held in Adelaide from 5-7 June. PKN spoke to GM Michael Dossor to find out how the rollout is progressing.

Label giant CCL is launching a new online ordering platform, which it says will provide a personalised experience for its customers, and drive increased conversions, retention and value.

AB Graphic (ABG) International, represented in ANZ by Currie Group, and Netherlands-based Maan Engineering have partnered to bring to market a solution to produce laminate and linerless labels.

Coding and marking specialist Markem-Imaje has launched the eTouch-S intelligent print and apply labelling system, enhancing its global portfolio of end-to-end supply chain solutions.

The Sidel Group is expanding its offering in labelling technologies, and broadening its reach in key market segments, with the acquisition of Makro Labelling.

Result Group has won a WorldStar Packaging Award in the category of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables its traceability pilot with the Australian Table Grape Association.

Premium Tasmanian cherry exporter Reid Fruits will once again deploy Laava Smart Fingerprints for the fourth consecutive cherry season, delivering authentication and connectivity at pack level.

UPM Raflatac has received recognitions from RecyClass for multiple label products with different adhesive technologies, expanding its portfolio of RecyClass-recognised PE and PP label materials.

Michael Hadjion from Aspen Australia, has received the GS1 Australia Standards in Action award, which recognises an individual who actively promotes the development and use of the Standards.

The process of getting a label onto a package can be anything but simple, so choosing the best products and expert knowledge is vital, says Packserv.

With label non-compliance a long-term supply-chain challenge, coding, labelling and product traceability specialist Matthews has been helping suppliers produce and understand how to create GS1-compliant labels with its iDSnet Cloud tools and Barcode Learning Centre.

Xeikon has launched a fully digital hybrid solution, based on its Cheetah and Panther digital press series, recently-developed Label Converting Unit, and X-800 digital front-end, which is available locally.