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20 years NarrowWebTech Survey – What was the most changing development?

In 1998, the first edition of NarrowWebTech was published. On this occasion, we would like to ask you to share with us your opinion on the following questions: During the last twenty years, since 1998, what technological developments and market trends had the most impact on the label printing market? How does digital printing or trends like shorter runs, lower margins, higher automation levels and finally Industry 4.0 affect the narrow web print production? Take part on our survey on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of NarrowWebTech!

First intended as a supplement to the sister magazine Flexo & Gravure Global it soon developed into a “real” magazine. As a unique source of information for narrow web printers and converters, NarrowWebTech today reaches its readers not only with four printed issues a year, but also via the website and weekly newsletter as well as social media channels like Twitter and LinkedIn.

On the occasion of our 20th anniversary,  the upcoming issue, 2-2018, of NarrowWebTech will review the history of label production in terms of substrates and consumables but also of machines and equipment for the printing and finishing of labels and other narrow web products. In addition, this issue of NarrowWebTech also offers a broad range of comments and personal reviews on the past 20 years.

Would you also like to add your opinion to our 20-years-review? Just answer this question:

Since 1998, what technological development(s) and market trends had the most impact on the label printing market?

Send your comment (about 200 to 300 words) to editor Rosina Obermayer, obermayer@gk-techmedia.com. It would be great to include your name, company and position and also a picture of the respondent. You opinion will be published in the printed issu and/or online during the upcoming weeks! The latest for sending this comment for the print issue is the 26th April 2018, for online the 18th May 2018.

We are looking forward to your feedback!

Rosina Obermayer
Editor NarrowWebTech
(narrowwebtech@gk-techmedia.com)

Rosina Obermayer

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