BOBST’s Advanced Register Control for Precision Printing and ECG in Gravure was judged “Best of the Best” for Technical Innovation.
PRINTING United Alliance, the most comprehensive member-based printing and graphic arts association in the U.S., announces that this year’s Premier PRINT Awards competition has officially opened.
This week's POW! Package of the Week looks at the flat-bottom bags for Garrett's Granola. The colorful resealable pouches make the brand sing on virtual shelves and in bricks-and-mortar. View the video to see how the boldly printed packaging with its standout colorway gives the brand all it's got.
PRINTING United Alliance, the most comprehensive member-based printing and graphic arts association in the U.S., announces the winners of its prestigious Premier PRINT Awards international printing competition. The highly coveted competition recognizes and honors excellence in print across 71 different categories.
BOBST has revealed several new solutions to support its packaging industry vision, all built on the four cornerstones of Connectivity, Digitalization, Automation, and Sustainability, helping customers to deal with packaging production transformation.
BOBST is developing successful water-based applications on its gravure presses, utilizing Siegwerk’s new formulation WB inks. The partnership with the ink manufacturer aims to present ink formulas that will set unprecedented performance and quality levels in gravure printing, and which have much lower VOC content than current WB offerings on the market.
The Gravure Association of the Americas wants to recognize the best of the best in packaging, labeling, gravure-created products, publication, technical innovation, and more. The deadline for entries for this year's Golden Cylinder Awards is Wednesday, March 31.
This folding carton from Dubai-based Emirates Printing Press for Lipton Gold Label black tea is a great example of how gravure technology provides incredible depth of color, and clarity in both text and images.
Despite its limited adoption in North America, rotogravure printing thrives at American Packaging Corporation’s DeForest, Wis., facility. In fact, two new presses have recently been added to the site.