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The Martens brewery in Belgium is using Direct Print technology by KHS and, together with a French supermarket chain, is placing specially designed bottles on the shelves for the soccer World Cup. To mark the big kick-off in Moscow, Belgium’s Brouwerij Martens is offering its premium beer in 32 country-specific bottle designs on the French market. Various images of the participating nations have been printed straight onto the PET bottles using Direct Print.

Multi-Color Corporation announces a strategic partnership with Talkin’ Things, a smart packaging system. This system enables brands to communicate with consumers, protect against counterfeiting, track products throughout the supply chain, and much more

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Drinktec Hapa In partnership with two partners, Sacmi (Hall B5, Stand 302) and IMD (Hall B5, Stand 115), two Hapa “redcube plus” UV DOD digital printing modules will be showcased. Integrated into a Sacmi bottle-labelling line, a “redcube plus” will CMYK print on labels which afterwards will be applied on bottles. The flexible printing module supports design customisation for even short production runs. The UV inks used on the bottle-labelling line are designed and produced by Hapa Ink, out of the Aposta series.

Drinktec Constantia Flexibles, Hall A2 – Stand 325 Constantia Flexibles will be showcasing their products from around the world. Visitors can see the company’s latest innovations and get a glimpse of the current trends taking hold of the labelling industry.

July 24, 2017 | Labelling systems

Drinktec Gernep, Hall A5 - Stand 302 In order to meet the ever-increasing customer requirements in a wide range of markets, Gernep GmbH's rotary labelling machines offer tailored solutions: Soluta for flexible self-adhesive, Labetta for universal cold glue and Rollfed or Rollina for rational all-round labelling with hot glue. Alternatively, Gernep labelling machines are designed modularly so that almost every special solution can be realised in addition to the standardised models.

Constantia Flexibles has signed an agreement to sell its Labels division to Multi- Color Corporation (“Multi-Color”) for an enterprise value of approximately €1.15 billion ($1.3 billion). The transaction is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2017, subject to regulatory approvals.

At Interpack the labelling machine manufacturer Gernep presents the latest developments of its rotary labelling machines. To meet all decoration demands in different industries, the rotary labelling machine Gernep Soluta, in the optimised control and security design, is for self adhesive labelling.

Constantia Sim’Edit, part of the Constania Labels Division, has been a partner with Danone waters for many years. Danone Waters has handed over its Japanese water business to Constantia due to its know-how, high-performing products and renowned colour & print quality consistency.

UPM Raflatac is launching a new, thin film product for clear labelling in beverage applications, especially glass or PET beer bottle labelling. RafBev Clear TC 40 offers a clear, no-label look for companies aiming to replace wet glue with a PSA solution.