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Avery Dennison introduces hybrid adhesive for durables market
Avery Dennison has introduced a new hybrid adhesive called S8039 for durable goods labeling.
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Fri Apr 11, 2014
Investment Analysts' Ratings Reiterations for April, 11th (ASOMF,...
They currently have a $52.00 target price on the stock. Zacks' analyst wrote, "We have maintained our Neutral recommendation on Avery Dennison with a target price of $52.00.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Avery Dennison Partner Marks & Spencer Awarded Best RFID Implementation
As the winner of a Best RFID Implementation Award, Marks & Spencer demonstrated the best use of RFID technology in improving its supply chain and retail operations.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Avery Dennison Expands Line of RFID-Enabled Solutions for Retailers
In addition, RBIS is introducing new inlays for apparel. Avery Dennison RBIS is showcasing these new solutions in booth #416 at RFID Journal Live! 2014 in Orlando, April 8 - 10. "Our portfolio of UHF Gen2-compliant inlays continues to deliver the most versatile and high-performance RFID solutions available on the market today, and we're pleased to ... (more)
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Avery Dennison Announces 2014 Supreme Wrapping Film
Avery Dennison has announced the launch of the second annual "Wrap Like a King" Challenge featuring Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Films, a full spectrum of 78 opaque cast films in a wide range of colors and finishes used for color change vehicle wraps.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Paper company IT head takes digital notes
The IT manager of Avery Products Australia, a large paper company, has revealed that an electronic pen is critical to his workflow.
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Avery Dennison appoints new vice president, global marketing
Avery Dennison Materials Group has announced that it has appointed Jeroen Diderich vice president, global marketing.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
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Retailers increasing adoption of radio wave tags [Journal-News, Hamilton, Ohio :: ]
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) March 23--Retail companies including Cincinnati-based Macy's Inc. are accelerating adoption of radio-frequency identification technology that allows items to be identified and tracked wirelessly via radio waves.