September 1, 2017 | Jola Spring


We have enjoyed presenting you, our readers, with useful information on the world of product marking and labeling. Due to changing priorities in our business, we are suspending the publication of new posts at this time. However, we will keep this content available in the hope that it will continue to offer helpful insights and answers to any reader who happens upon it.

If you need any assistance with your labeling or flexible packaging needs, please don’t hesitate to contact us at Taylor Communications or email any of the Label Experts listed on the right. We’d be happy to share the latest techniques for improving your label performance and efficiency.

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Don’t Let Summer Heat Impact Your Labels

May 25, 2016 | Jola Spring

Summer HeatAh, summer! The weather’s hot, the grill is smoking, the pool is sparkling and the beach is calling. While many of us look forward to summer and all it represents, not everything is better in the summer. Labels, for example, can be adversely impacted by the summer heat and humidity. (You know we had to bring it back to labels — this is a label blog, after all!)

In summers past, you may have noticed changes in your labels and wondered what caused them and how they could be prevented. Below are the most common heat- and humidity-related problems, with suggestions on how to avoid them…

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Keeping Your Label Engineering Drawings Current

May 10, 2016 | Bryce Waggoner

Manage your Label Engineering DrawingsManaging your label engineering drawings is no small task. Every component on the Bill of Materials requires engineering drawings; this sometimes amounts to hundreds of sets of drawings. After the label is designed and produced the drawings typically go into a digital or physical file cabinet and are forgotten. What happens if the drawings become outdated? What problems can outdated drawings cause?

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