Clients are more demanding than ever before, asking for shorter lead times and faster delivery times, while competition has grown fiercer. In this context it is logical that printing companies are looking for new and innovative ways to optimize their production process. Digital production means printers can now offer shorter lead and faster delivery times for a wide range of products, at a very competitive price . To illustrate just how ground breaking the technology is for label makers and how you can optimize your production process even further, we have collected some facts and figures from some of our own clients.
As the most prestigious and competitive awards program of its kind, The Dieline Awards exists as a way to celebrate innovation and honor excellence in packaging design. An esteemed jury of structural packaging, design, branding, and consumer product experts examine each submission with regards to four key elements: Creativity, Marketability, Innovation, and Execution. Of the hundreds of applicants that applied to the competition this year, only a select few in every category join the ranks as the finest in packaging design.
More and more we hear converters talk about the pains of running short (and even micro!) runs for customers on traditional analog presses.With different definitions and interpretations, “short run” has become somewhat of an abstract topic and an industry buzzword.Do you classify on the basis of feet or units per job? Is it more profitable to run small quantity jobs flexo or digital? Within the walls of Mark Andy, we loosely define short run as a label, carton, or flexible packaging job under 10,000 feet.