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UPM Raflatac takes the holisitic approach to sustainabile labeling at Pack Expo Las Vegas 2019

UPM Raflatac will proudly demonstrate how it is leading in sustainable labeling by presenting a holistic approach to sustainability at this year’s Pack Expo Las Vegas. Visit UPM Raflatac at booth LS-6453 to learn how the company’s sustainable approach to its services, products, partnerships, sourcing and operations can unleash the potential of your brand.

At this year’s show, UPM Raflatac will also announce several new products and service offerings that are firsts for the pressure sensitive labeling market. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with the company’s experts at special kiosks dedicated to brand and promotional labels, informational labels and functional labels. There they can view examples of how the labels perform on a variety of end-use applications and take home high-quality label samples.
“At UPM Raflatac we state that labels matter when it comes to sustainable packaging,” says Tyler Matusevich, Sustainability Manager, Americas, UPM Raflatac. “This year in Las Vegas we want attendees to consider the important role labels can play in a brand’s ability to enable a circular economy. Visit our booth to discover how we can help you meet your brand’s sustainable packaging targets by being your partner of choice in labeling a smarter future beyond fossils.”
Mark your calendars for UPM Raflatac’s happy hour at the booth!
On Tuesday, September 24 from 2:30-4:00 p.m., stop by the booth for drinks and light hors d'oeuvres and the chance to learn more about how labels can be the foundation of building your brand.
Don’t miss our Innovation Stage presentation on food labels!
Just prior to Tuesday’s happy hour, Kyle Strenski, UPM Raflatac’s Global Director of Business Development will take the stage to present “Labels Matter in Food Packaging.” Food is the number one end-use in the packaging industry, and Strenski will teach you why your labels matter – from building your brand, to increasing food safety, to enabling a circular economy.
“Labels Matter in Food Packaging”
Tuesday, September 24
1:00 p.m.
Innovation Stage 1 (C-1049)



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