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Growing Innovations logo
November 7th & 8th, 2018
Las Vegas, NV

plma - private label manufacturers association logo

Booth F4103

November 11th 13th
Chicago, IL

Booth 4001

Oct. 17th -19th, 2019
Orlando, FL

News & Announcements

Great Lakes Label Thrives on Innovation

Whether it is printing cutting-edge labels or providing cradle-to-grave solutions for its customers, Great Lakes Label, Comstock Park, MI, thrives on innovation. The company prints labels using digital and flexographic presses, and prides itself in the precision it is able to capture using its flexo presses and state-of-the-art printing technologies, including foils, embossing, tactile effects and rotary screen.

Flexo catches up to offset, digital

Koeze Company is a Grand Rapids, MI, manufacturer of old-fashioned peanut butter, roasted nuts, and chocolates. Founded in 1910, the family-owned business prides itself on using simple, natural, high-quality ingredients and traditional processing methods to produce its premium products. To convey this quality at point-of-sale, Koeze is very particular about its packaging graphics, especially for its natural peanut butter spreads.

Great Lakes Label relies on SPGPrints for rotary screen capabilities

The RSI narrow web print module, created by SPGPrints, has been a key tool that Great Lakes Label uses to achieve various labeling techniques. This rotary screen produces metallic colors, tactile coatings (including braille), scratch off inks, security features, thermosensitive inks, magnetic inks, glitter coatings, fluorescent colors, UV inks, and strong opaques.

Great Lakes Label hosts inaugural Labeling Innovation Summit

The event in Comstock Park, MI, USA attracted 10 exhibitors and over 70 customers. Great Lakes Label, a label manufacturer in Comstock Park, MI, USA, hosted the inaugural Labeling Innovation Summit on August 5 at its headquarters. The event’s exhibitors included Kodak, Mark Andy, Actega, Avery Dennison, Wilson Manufacturing, SPGPrints, among others.

Lean Manufacturing

Converters and suppliers look for new ways to drive efficiency and reduce waste.

 

Leadership & Strategy: Plant Expertise Drives Successful Culture Change

The floors were drab, stained by the ink of decades of running presses and rewinders. The company was just treading water, scraping by with a 1% profit margin. Morale was dismal. Tony Cook, CEO and founder of Great Lakes Label LLC, knew his Michigan-based label printing and converting business needed a change.

Companies To WATCH

Companies to Watch is a special feature of Label & Narrow Web that focuses on a select group of converters who are making noteworthy contributions to the health of the industry.

 

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