Much like digital printing before it, digital finishing and embellishment technologies are poised to shake up the way printers and converters think about their production.
While you’ll have to wait until our August issue for the winners to be revealed, here are some key takeaways and trends from the 33rd annual Packaging Impressions Excellence Awards.
As brand owners continue to seek creative ways for their packaging to stand out, direct-to-shape printing has become an intriguing option for package printers to consider.
With the cannabis industry’s growth, brands are in need of partners that can balance regulations and innovative design.
Label printers with modern narrow-web presses are exploring growth strategies in flexible packaging and shrink sleeves, but companies that want to expand into these emerging segments should be prepared to do some homework.
Attracting and recruiting good employees can been a challenge. But through strategies and outreach, printers can find the right people.
In a rapidly evolving industry, package printers, converters and brands are being challenged to deliver more advanced packaging, and deliver it faster. Technological solutions are emerging to make what once seemed futuristic into reality.
Brands want their packaging colors to be rich, vibrant and evocative. But, more than anything else, brands want colors that are consistent from run to run across all the processes used to reproduce them. Here’s how printers are delivering.
Southern Carton wanted to offer more to its customers and discovered new opportunities with wide-format digital printing. With its new printer on board, the company has expanded beyond packaging.