Employee recruitment and retainment have emerged to be among the top challenges in printing and packaging. But by focusing on culture and increasing awareness, companies can help cultivate the industry’s future leaders.
Navigating the digital transformation was at the core of Xeikon Café TV, a virtual event held April 22-23 for both the label & packaging and commercial printing sectors. With the physical Xeikon Café event moved online, Xeikon hosted the virtual session with presentations from digital printing experts and Xeikon customers.
TLMI hosted a recent webinar highlighting the impact of extended producer responsibility (EPR) programs, a concept that encourages manufacturers to take responsibility for their products throughout the product life cycle.
Tactile enhancements, eye-catching embellishments, and natural finishes are just some of the ways brands are bringing luxury to their packaging.
The retail landscape is becoming increasingly digital, and the rise of e-commerce has changed the way these products are packaged.
While the packaging industry continues to adopt and understand digital printing, developing a sales strategy for the technology cannot be overlooked.
The results are in for the 2019 Packaging Impressions Excellence Awards, with winning entries being honored in more than 30 categories. However, three entries stood out from the rest of the pack. Read on to learn more about this year's top three entries.
Demonstrating its impressive high-end flexographic printing capabilities, Anaheim, Calif.-based Labeltronix received second place in Best of Show in the 2019 Packaging Impressions Excellence Awards for the label it produced for Katya Vineyards' Annadoll Red Wine Blend.
With impeccable offset printing and a variety of embellishments, Diamond Packaging received third place in Best of Show in the 2019 Packaging Impressions Excellence Awards for its Anna Sui Fantasia Mermaid folding carton.