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Update opportunities as part of a Labelexpo Europe visit

One of the pressure-sensitive label industry’s areas of focus and hot topics is linerless labeling, which is the subject of a first-of-its-kind seminar in Brussels led by AWA Alexander Watson Associates, on the day before Labelexpo Europe opens. This unique Linerless Labeling Seminar on September 23rd represent a prime opportunity for suppliers, converters and brand owners to gain valuable insights and updates on a key industry development area.

Linerless labeling
Linerless labeling is attracting considerable interest and growth today. Mike Cooper, Business Development Director of Catchpoint Labels and long-term industry leader and advocate for linerless labeling, will be assisting AWA by chairing the seminar; and with an overview of the linerless label market from AWA’s Market Research Team Lead Anum Javed Beg, the Linerless Labeling Seminar will bring together a comprehensive market profile and understanding of linerless today, provided by eminent companies in the segment.

The program features presentations from Daniel Jud, CEO of Baumer, specialists in sensor solutions for the packaging industry; Sergio Veneziani, Product Manager, Linerless, for Ritrama; Marcus Gablowski, head of adhesive and special coating development, Herma; Mikko Rissanen of UPM; Yves Lafontaine, Linerless Specialist /R&D Project Leader, Multi-Action Labels; Jason Steenbock, Director, Sales & Marketing, US-based Heartland Label Printers; and Remco Van der Velde, International Business Developer Manager, Maan Group.
The program ends with an expert panel discussion on direct thermal linerless labeling, and the future of this key technology.

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The seminar is taking place at Brussels’ Thon Hotel Bristol Stephanie



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