Weber Marking Systems

Coast to Coast November 2010
November 1, 2010

Packaging equipment, software and service purchases by U.S. packaging printers, featuring Weber Marking Systems and Nosco.

Weber Marking Systems Looks Back on 75 Years
June 28, 2007

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill.—Weber Marking Systems, which was founded as a small addressing machine company in 1932 and is now a worldwide manufacturer of labels and labeling equipment, is celebrating its 75th year in business in 2007. “There are numerous reasons why a company prospers over the years,” said Joseph Weber, Jr., chairman and son of the founder of the company that today has grown into a worldwide manufacturer of pressure-sensitive labels and labeling systems. “I credit the foresight and loyalty of our employees, the competence and innovations of our partner-suppliers and, of course, the business and support that we have received from our customers.”

Industry to Vote for Label Industry Global Award Winners
March 8, 2007

BRUSSELS, Belgium—The fourth Label Industry Global Awards will take place on the first evening of Labelexpo Europe 2007 on Wednesday, September, 26 in Brussels. The international judging panel have shorlisted a number of nominees. The industry now has the opportunity to vote for their own selected individual nominees at until the end May. The Awards feature four categories which recognize achievement in various areas of the label industry. The nominations are as follows: R. Stanton Avery Lifetime Achievement Award: • Angelo Bartesaghi, Omet Srl. • Joseph Weber, Jnr, Weber Marking Systems • Tom Rink, Ritrama S.p.A • Jaume Puigbó, Caposa Group

May 1, 2006

Century Systems, Inc. Distributor of barcode printers, scanning equipment, thermal ribbons, labels and tags, printing accessories, and label design and printing software. Write 859, Visit www.century Degrava Systems The Degrava DP8500 was engineered with in-plant printers and converters in mind for an affordable, simple solution that provides a logical bridge between traditional presses and high-end digital systems. Features include automatic color registration, no complex maintenance or cleaning procedures, digital quality and flexibility, and more. Write 860, Visit Jetrion Jetrion provides digital printing and inkjet expertise, with digital ink, hardware, and integrated solutions for digital printing. Write 861, Visit J KODAK The

Recipe for Success - Growth is Key
June 1, 2004

Growth is key to any converter's success, and Weber Marking Systems is flourishing. TAKE ONE CONVERTER, add in Mark Andy presses and accessories from such companies as AAA Press International and RotoMetrics and stir. Sprinkle in a variety of label substrates and inks, and allow to grow. Following such a recipe has proven to be a successful mix for Weber Marking Systems, headquartered in Arlington Heights, Ill. Weber Marking Systems, established in 1932 by Joseph Weber Sr., began with the production of stencils, addressing machines, and hand printers for print-and-apply labeling. But today, it has grown into a multi-faceted label and coding company serving

Thermal Transfer
September 1, 2003

Thermal transfer printing is a proven, versatile printing process that continues to expand its reach. THERMAL TRANSFER PRINTING is a proven, industrial printing process that can be tailored to meet a wide range of application needs. Its tracks can be found in everything from coffee bags, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, snack foods, prepared foods, and processed meats and cheeses, says Glenn Breslauer, director of IT marketing for Bell-Mark Corp. (Pine Brook, N.J.). One of the reasons for this widespread use is its ability to print variable information. "Thermal transfer allows a package to be coded with variable information in real-time," states Breslauer. "Not only

Top Tag/Label Converters
June 1, 2000

Processes: C=Combination, F=Flexo, G=Gravure, L=Letterpress, O=Offset, S=Screen, UV=UV Flexo, D=Digital, T=Thermal/Thermal Transfer 1. Avery Dennison, Framingham, MA Principal Officer: Charles Miller 1999 Rank: 1 # Tag/Label Employees: N/A # of Presses: 400+ # of Facilities: 40 Processes: C, F, G, L, O, S 2. Moore North America, Bannockburn, IL Principal Officer: Ed Tyler 1999 Rank: 8 # of Tag/Label Employees: N/A # of Presses: N/A # of Facilities: 5 Processes: D, F, UV 3. Brady Corp., Milwaukee, WI Principal Officer: Katherine Hudson 1999 Rank: 3 # of Tag/Label Employees: 2,000 # of Presses: 25 # of Facilities: 10 Processes: F, G, S, D,

When Transfer Calls
November 1, 1998

With higher quality, enhanced software and lower prices, suppliers see simplified selection and usage for thermal transfer printers. By Susan Friedman Converters in the market for a thermal transfer printer should first consider how others in the field have put them to work. Thermal transfer printers' flexibility for on-demand, short runs has led some label converters to install them "as a service bureau capability," comments Gene Korzeniewski, manager, product development, Avery Dennison Printer Systems. Short-run, variable information jobs remain an applications cornerstone. "Because of its high per-label cost, thermal transfer is not the best choice for high-volume batch printing," affirms Reggie Twigg, marketing communications

Be Your Own Best Customer
June 1, 1998

Thermal-transfer printed bar codes are a quality control and workflow enhancement tool for a converter's own operations. By Ann Marie Cook, Weber Marking Systems In an average day, a pressure-sensitive label converter will produce countless rolls of pressure-sensitive labels for its customers. The labels may be attractive, process color labels for prime applications; or they may be custom or stock product identification or shipping labels for secondary applications. The label designs and applications will vary, but a large percentage of these unique products will have one element in common: bar codes. Though converters manufacture labels for bar coding every day, some still don't