Avery Dennison to showcase pressure-sensitive labelstock

Labelexpo India Stand 119

Avery Dennison will showcase its latest pressure-sensitive labelstock and adhesive film products at Labelexpo India 2016. Photo PSA

Avery Dennison Label and Packaging Materials will showcase its latest pressure-sensitive labelstock and adhesive film products at Labelexpo India 2016. Innovations at its stand will include TT Sensor Plus, a smart label that records time and temperature, allowing pharmaceuticals and food manufacturers to monitor their products throughout the supply chain; case tamper evident labels that change color upon contact with clear adhesive tape, alerting package handlers and recipients to instances of tampering and unlawful opening of cartons during transportation; bio-based PE film, which is made primarily from sugarcane ethanol and is part of Avery Dennison’s extensive range of sustainably sourced materials; and the Select Solutions Mix and Match service that leverages the company’s expertise in helping customers find the right labeling solutions for specific application needs, including specialty and challenging label constructions. It allows converters to request a precise combination of adhesive, face material and release liner

The company also sponsors the LMAI label awards, which will be presented at the show. The LMAI Avery Dennison Gala Awards Dinner will take place during Labelexpo India on the evening of 18 November, with Gold Sponsor Avery Dennison. This year, the awards ceremony will be hosted at the super deluxe Jaypee Greens Golf and Spa Resort in Greater Noida. The prestigious awards will reflect the changes made by the World Label Awards. Altogether, there will be 22 categories which will be presented at the gala dinner ceremony.

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