Tide detergent is one of the hottest commodities on the American black market right now. Why? Because everyone needs clean clothes. But the use of security labels could help fight laundry soap piracy.
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Knowing the difference between thermal transfer printing and direct thermal printing is crucial when deciding the best method to print your labels. Let Whitlam Group help you decide which form of thermal printing is best for your labels.
Whitlam President Richard Shaieb and Whitlam COO Alex Elezaj both attended this week’s 2012 TLMI Converters Meeting, “Executing Leadership: Know the Way, Show the Way.” Read about the leadership techniques they learned at this year’s meeting.
From PR Newswire WARREN, Mich., Feb. 29, 2012 WARREN, Mich., Feb. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Ecology Coatings, Inc. (OTCQB:ECOC), a leader in the discovery of ultraviolet-curable advanced coatings, today announced it is working with Michigan-based Whitlam Group on the development …
The user of printed electronics is spreading from just a few industries to more and more as time goes on. From smartphones to electric cars, printed electronics are being used in more everyday products.
Has the honeymoon period passed for QR codes? A recent comScore study stated that less than 5 percent of Americans have scanned a QR Code. What do you think of QR codes, and are they still relevant?
When applying labels, pressure-sensitive adhesives are some of the most commonly-used adhesives in the label industry. Here is everything you need to know about them.
QR Codes are getting more competition these days from NFC tags. NFC tags, while more expensive to create than QR Codes, are making a play for more customer engagement. But the effectiveness of QR Codes cannot be understated.
Whitlam Group was one of 48 competitors in the TLMI 2011 Awards and walked away with the First Place Prize for Excellent Printing of a Coupon. The annual TLMI Awards Competition is a content between major label-making companies.
Are smart barcodes becoming more important for consumers than eco-labels? Eco-labels have been a huge draw for companies, but consumers are now gravitating toward products with QR codes.