Coding & Labelling

Result Group has unveiled Loftware Cloud, a cloud-based labelling platform designed to assist businesses conquer diverse supply chain complexities, ensure supplier compliance, and improve traceability.

Label Power has brought the new AP380, the latest labelling solution from Primera, to the Australian market, offering a 30 per cent increase in production speed compared to previous models.

Up to 100 million wine labels a year could soon be rolling off the presses of label printers across Australia and New Zealand, as China indicates it will end its effective ban on ANZ wines.

Implementing 2D-codes on packaging presents challenges and opportunities according to Wipotec, a specialist in dynamic weighing technology and product control exhibiting at APPEX on Stand C094.

Two of Herma's compostable self-adhesive label materials have passed the critical earthworm toxicity test in accordance with AS 5810. Herma is represented in Australian by Result Group.

For the second consecutive year, Result Group has been honoured with the prestigious WorldStar award, this time for its Herma InNo Liner Linerless Labelling System.

Labelexpo, the global label printing show, has just had its last outing in Brussels before a move to Barcelona in 2025. PKN associate editor Wayne Robinson was there, and analyses the major trends emerging during the four day expo.

The biggest print business in the Northern Territory, Colemans Printing, has ordered a HP Indigo 6K Digital Press, to be supplied by Currie Group, as a platform to enter the labels market.

Ego Pharmaceuticals is doubling down on climate action, with renewable UPM Raflatac Forest Film used on the labels adorning the packaging of its etchðos brand.

Avery Dennison explains the importance of a whole systems approach with label technologies when it comes to creating sustainable packaging.

Australia is witnessing the first production implementation of GS1-based traceability, marking a milestone in maintaining the safety and quality of citrus fruits for consumers, both domestically and abroad.

Since the launch of its free, cloud-based software, suppliers have now printed more than one million labels using Matthews iDSnet Cloud, available industry-wide.

Markem-Imaje has launched its 9750 Expert Series continuous inkjet printers designed to address the complex coding requirements of the FMCG and electronics manufacturing industries.

From the Epson stand at Labelexpo, Marc Tinkler outlines the new developments to PKN associate editor Wayne Robinson, and says why they are important for label printing.

Screen is showing a new joint hybrid printing solution with Nilpeter, a new prototype in-line inkjet digital primer for its flagship Truepress Label 350UV SAI and the PAC 520P inkjet digital printing press.

Fujifilm demonstrated its new Jet Press FP790 digital flexible packaging press, with the 50 metres-a-minute press designed to meet the multiple needs of today's market.