Glass is widely used across almost all industries, including food and beverage, cosmetic and beauty products, and pharmaceuticals. While the consistent information is printed on the packaging labels, variable data often needs to be printed directly onto a glass surface....

Product batch codes, in particular, are necessary for tracking the product's distribution history. They're also essential in the event of a product recall, which can occur commonly according to the listings reported by the CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) or FDA (Food and Drug Administration). ...

Common information on pharmaceutical labels includes batch numbers, control numbers, manufacturer titles, dosage recommendations, ingredients, and more. The FDA defines 'labeling' as "all labels and other written, printed, or graphic matters (1) upon any articles or any of its containers or wrappers, or (2) accompanying...

Whether it be a beverage bottle, milk carton, or drug container, selecting a bottle date coder to accurately and reliably print codes, like an expiration date, on a bottle is imperative. Considering medications and beverages are governed by stringent legislation, it's critical the date code...

In this article, we'll explore what a variable cost is and how a few simple techniques and practices in industrial printing and labeling can see a sizable chunk sliced off your variable costs – meaning more profits from more sales....

Product labels are a critical aspect of the packaging process – especially for meat products and packaging. From expiration dates, best by dates to grading, food products often require a plethora of codes to comply with distribution chains and state and federal laws....

Modern manufacturing is spread across the globe. The average smartphone can contain computer chips from South Korea or Japan, components from Germany or the UK, and be assembled in the United States. Considering these meandering supply lines, the accurate and reliable marking and labeling of...