Tag Archive: The Label Printers

Feb 03

The Label Printers Sponsors Geneva High School’s F.I.R.S.T. Robotics Team


The Label Printers is pleased to once again sponsor a FIRST robotics team organized by Geneva High School, Geneva, Illinois. The ROBOVIKES have begun their seventh season of competition. This year’s game is called RECYCLE RUSH [sm] which is, as FIRST explains, “a recycling-themed game played by two Alliances of three robots each. Robots score …

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Feb 03

TLP’s Chief of Ops A Presenter At Industry Forum


The Label Printers’ Chief of Operations, Lori Campbell, will be a presenter at the FTA Forum 2015 this coming May in Nashvile. The Forum will focus on packaging design and overall packaging trends. Lori’s topic is: Brand Protection Solutions: Developing & Selling the Value Whether protecting products from counterfeiting or enhancing supply chain visibility, investigating …

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Nov 14

What are you Selling? Who is your Customer?

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We’ve recently found an excellent and thought-provoking essay on iBeacons and QR Codes.  Well, really, the article isn’t about those technologies, it’s about basic, age-old sales and marketing mantras – What are you selling? Who is your Customer? Where do you meet them in the marketplace? And WIFM (What’s in it for Them)? The point …

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Apr 22

Manufacturing, Millenials, and Robotics

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Autoline is a PBS show that discusses all things automotive. This week, the show is about “Manufacturing’s New Generation” – a really interesting look at manufacturing in the 21st century – how it’s changing, and how it has to change to attract younger workers. From their web site: Though manufacturing has been changing the last …

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Apr 11

The Label Printers Wins TLMI’s Eugene Singer Award For Management Excellence

The Label Printers has once again won TLMI’s Eugene Singer Award for Management Excellence.  Bill Kane, The Label Printers Chief Executive said, “We don’t run our business to win awards – but awards are a good outcome of a business well run. The Eugene Singer Award is always an honor – and a testament to …

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Feb 28

The Label Printers Sponsors Geneva [IL] High School’s FIRST Robotics Team

The Label Printers has been a FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) sponsor for six years.  It’s an outstanding program.  There are so many studies about the global market – and how important it is for kids to get interested in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) disciplines, for their futures, …

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Dec 23

The Label Printers Wins Environmental Awards – TLMI’s Environmental Leadership Award, and the State of Illinois’ Governor’s Sustainability Award

The Label Printers has won two prestigious awards for their efforts in making the company’s operations more environmentally sound and sustainable.  The company has won TLMI’s (Tag and Label Manufacturers Institute) Environmental Leadership Award for the second time in a row (the first time a company has done so), and the State of Illinois’ Governor’s …

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Aug 13

Implementing Brand Protection Strategies

An excellent article from Ron Romanik, contributing editor at Packaging World – August 9, 2013  From this seat in the auditorium, his key factors – especially 10, 11, and 12 – represent a very real world analysis of the situations, motivations, and attitudes of brand owners, solution providers and consumers. Top considerations for implementing brand …

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Jul 26

Adventures in Recycling

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We are all familiar with the concepts of reduce, reuse and recycle. And we all know that the order is not coincidental: it is most important to first reduce your inputs, then reuse what you can and recycle as much as possible of what is left. It seems simple. But, as anyone who has been …

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Jul 26

Investing in Capabilities

Unless you’re a history buff (or a label geek!), the first few paragraphs of this article might not be of much interest.  For me, the real interest is in the discussion on the future of label converting and the many, many considerations that go into capital equipment expansion.  Understanding the customer landscape, e.g. what do …

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