Printing labels on inkjet devices offers print providers, converters, and product owners competitive cost structures, faster printing speeds, enhanced image quality, and the ability to print on a wide variety of substrates.
Marketers and brand owners have many options when it comes to selecting printers and media formats. Print providers that understand their requirements are in the best position to grow sales, build relationships, and develop outreach efforts that bring in new work.
Technology innovation, digital printing, early adopter successes, process simplification, customer demands, and fierce competition in the general commercial printing market are enticing and enabling commercial printers to offer labels and other types of packaging.
A special NAPCO Research report highlights how inkjet printing, brand owner demands, and market trends are elevating the quality, role, and opportunities of corrugated packaging.
A special NAPCO Research report highlights the 10 top package printing trends and their influence on label and package printing. The report, sponsored by Memjet, leverages NAPCO Research’s ongoing packaging industry surveys, analysis, and market monitoring.
In the COVID-19 Print Business Indicators Research, respondents indicated that they see rising demand for certain products. In particular, packaging for food and pharmaceuticals were seen as potential growth areas.
According to a new NAPCO Research report, the combination of buyer trends and inkjet technology innovations are promoting wider use of digital printing in the production of labels, corrugated, folding cartons, and flexible packaging.
Inkjet technology is rapidly gaining steam across the printing industry, and packaging is no exception. In this latest report from NAPCO Research, printers and converters share their experiences with digital printing and the ways they have deployed inkjet in their own operations.
If you think TikTok is a fad and choose to ignore it, you may want to think again. Learning more about the platform and experimenting with TikTok is a low risk, low cost investment that can elevate your brand and drive new business.
As a leader in business management, Peter Drucker's timeless advice is highly relevant in today's COVID-19 business environment. Here are how five of his business beliefs can be applied to the printing and packaging industries today.
As digital printing continues to gain adoption throughout the packaging industry, converters and brands are recognizing its important and transformational benefits. In an effort to track digital printing's impact, NAPCO Research is seeking package printers to participate in its latest digital printing survey.
In an effort to help firms come out stronger on other side of COVID-19, the combined NAPCO and SGIA research teams launched an industry-wide initiative to measure key business indicators today and in the future.
The importance of workforce development is a top-of-mind issue throughout the package printing industry. Offering enticing salaries and benefits is a key component for package printers and converters to attract the next generation, so Packaging Impressions and NAPCO Research recently conducted a survey to identify salary ranges and benefits for various job titles in the industry.
Finding and retaining skilled packaging production staff is a universal challenge for all segments of the packaging industry. To help identify staffing-related challenges and the actions printers and converters have taken to overcome them, NAPCO Research and Packaging Impressions have released a survey-based research report.
A growing opportunity for print service providers is digital printing enhancement: print work that is embellished or enhanced with special effects produced on digital presses or finishing equipment.