Traditionally, packaging print has been a viewed as a long-run process, best suited to specialized manufacturers. However, although there is still a place for this style of manufacture, the packaging world is rapidly changing.
Packaging will make up half of retail print by 2018. It’s fundamentally a growth market because however people buy, they like their purchases to come in cool, sustainable packaging.
Learn how printing directly onto thin plastic films using digital inkjet technology can benefit both flexible packagers’ and brand owners.
Introducing a new inkless inline digital print technology that delivers benchmark IQ, wide and greyscale images (even under film lamination) at high speed for late stage pack personalization and customization.
Get a sneak-peek at a new inkless print technology that is set to revolutionize late-stage package printing. This will be the subject of an upcoming Innovation Stage Presentation at PACK EXPO.
See how digitally-printed packaging can help brands increase speed to market while battle waste, warehousing costs and supply chain complexities.
Rather than deal with extra steps and materials, we’ve developed ways to digitally print directly onto packaging of nearly all shapes, materials and sizes.
Making packaging smarter: Examining a low-cost way to add intelligence and security to packaging
The ‘Olympics’ of the print and graphic communications industry opened its doors this week. What drew the biggest buzz?
As the leader in digital printing, Xerox has partnered with the leader in offset package production, KBA, to bring a completely new B1 sheet-fed technology to market.