Lori Campbell, Chief of Operations for The Label Printers, a manufacturer of custom labels and packaging, will be a featured speaker at the Label Release Liner Industry Seminar, September 13th, in Chicago. She will speak on the importance of a release liner from the converter’s perspective.
Online PR News – 08-September-2010 – – Aurora, IL, September 7, 2010 – Lori Campbell, Chief of Operations for The Label Printers, will be a featured speaker for the September 13th Label Release Liner Industry Seminar in Chicago. She will address the converter’s perspective on release liner – how it does and/or could impact converters and their customers. Her 25 years of experience in the label converting business, coupled with her current responsibilities for sales, purchasing, and manufacturing operations gives Ms. Campbell the experience and perspective to address this topic from multiple perspectives. She states, “The Label Printers has added release liner waste to our list of issues to be addressed by our L.I.F.E. program (the Tag and Label Manufacturer’s Institute, Inc. Label Initiative For the Environment (L.I.F.E.). Industry people such as Calvin Frost of Channeled Resources have, for years, been encouraging label converters and their customers to consider the environmental impact of release liner waste. Between the industry’s passionate advocates for waste reduction, like Calvin, programs like TLMI’s L.I.F.E., and industry seminars such as this one, the topic of waste is gaining traction at the converter level.”
More information about the AWA Label Release Liner Industry Seminar may be found on their web site, awa-bv.com, by clicking on the “Events” link.
The Label Printers is a leading custom label and packaging manufacturer, serving a widely diverse customer base around the globe – ranging from Fortune 100 to start-up businesses. The company serves industries as varied as wine, pharmaceutical, and electrical. The Label Printers takes special pride in their quality, which is backed up by their ISO 9001 Registration (with an acceptance rating which has stayed at a consistent and nearly perfect 99.6% since 1989).