Established in 1988, Atwell’s have grown over the years to be the UK’s leading independent supplier of self-adhesive labelling systems. Atwell systems are engineered to be easy to operate whilst being reliable and efficient.
Atwell invest a considerable amount of time and energy into understanding their customers’ needs so they can support them to the best of their ability, combined with a program of system development and re-investing in the future. Atwell build label applicators to suit pretty much any environment and application, including one off bespoke machines incorporating fully programmable IP55 & IP65 label heads available for the UK and export marketplace.
For more information, visit the new website at www.labeller.co.uk and see why Atwell’s are the country’s leading independent supplier in their field.
Tel: 01444 239970
Technical Helpline: 01444 237804
Innovia Films will be exhibiting its range of BOPP and Cellulose films and new products. Find out more about compostable NatureFlex films, made from renewable raw materials (wood pulp) and how they can be used on their own or combined with other bio-materials to create a tailored packaging solution.
New products include compostable NatureFlex 55 HK1, a hermetically sealing film. The many material partnerships Innovia Films have established with key players in the packaging industry will also be highlighted to enhance product development and increase awareness of possibilities.
Innovia Films’ Andy Sweetman says, “Brandowners and designers choosing NatureFlex film can talk proudly about their packaging. Its environmental credentials can make it an integral part of the product’s brand identity further enhancing its value to customers."
Tel: +44 (0)16973 42281
A programme of events at TriestEspresso will help make businesses more competitive, provide concrete tools to develop sales and optimise the costs of logistics.
This is part of the seventh TriestEspresso, the most important professional fair dedicated to expresso coffee worldwide, held from 23rd to 25th October for the first time in Trieste's Porto Vecchio.
Vocational training remains a cornerstone of TriestEspresso’s agenda, but this year, along with the usual workshops and courses organised by the Speciality Coffee Association Europe, which aim to increase knowledge related to the coffee bean, just as much attention will be paid to the vocational training of managers who operate throughout the production chain. An innovative form of training that aims to provide concrete tools to be put immediately into practice and to be taken advantage of with bite-sized free mini courses of about sixty minutes for visitors and exhibitors.
The logical thread of these mini business courses will be identifying innovative strategies with which to develop a business. Lean roasting, for example, allows for the reduction of production costs, thus increasing margins. A new perspective will also be presented on how to develop new products and businesses, reflecting on value enhancing aspects in the coffee production chain.
The full programme of events is available at www.triestespresso.it.