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label

a paper or plastic attachment to a product, or part of the product's PACKAGING, which provides information about the product.
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LANGGUTH positions the inline cold glue labeler as one that outperforms other labelers in terms of flexibility, running multi-size round containers.
The addition of EPI Labelers expands Pro Mach's extensive labeling and coding product offering and complements existing capabilities in vertical form, fill, seal packaging equipment.
The addition of EPI Labelers is intended to expand Pro Mach's labeling and coding product offering and complement existing capabilities in vertical form, fill, and seal (VFFS) packaging equipment.
two stream aligners); South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Deerfield Beach (two stacker infeed labeler extensions).
This makes it Far easier to use than traditional roll-fed labelers with their triangular labeling stations, notes the company.
Marathon series compact roll-fed labelers feature SmartDrive advanced digital, multi-axis servomotor motion control system and ProWatch built-in productivity monitoring.
Private labelers have depth of experience due to their years of producing wipes, often supplying brand leaders.
This labeler has been designed to apply paper and film labels, including PS, HDPE and OPP, at rates from 50 cpm to 350 cpm.
LAS VEGAS--Smith Corona is adding a new wrinkle to the label printer business with a line of handheld labelers for small business and home users.
AUSTIN, Texas -- 3M Electrical Markets Division together with DYMO([R]) Industrial, part of Newell Rubbermaid's Technology global business unit, introduced a new addition to the 3M Portable Labelers product line, designed specifically for the unique needs of electrical markets.
Under the alliance, which begins from 1 June 2010, the 3M Electrical Markets division will offer a line of portable industrial strength labelers through its distribution channels serving electrical markets in North America and key countries in Latin America and Europe.