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Hosted by Great Lakes Label in Comstock Park, MI, USA

Photos: Labeling Innovation Summit

On August 3rd, Great Lakes Label, LLC hosted their second annual Labeling Innovation Summit at their manufacturing facility in Comstock Park, MI 49321, United States.

The Labeling Innovation Summit featured top suppliers and industry experts in the printing and packaging industry such as ACTEGA, Fasson, Nicoat, Wilson Manufacturing, Fujifilm, Kurz Foils, Mark-Marker, and Safety-Decals. Attendees gained valuable insight on the latest packaging and labeling trends, state-of-the-art printing technology, as well as an exclusive behind the scenes look of the flexographic printing process.

At the Summit, hands on press demonstrations were given, exhibitor stations with the industry's experts were available, and a luncheon was organized.

Great Lakes Label is a complete custom solution provider for the production and application of labels and packaging materials with clients including but not limited to; Steelcase, General Electric, and Meijer.

The company supplies the horticultural industry with labels, ribbons and tags. They provide blank labels in a wide variety of sizes. They also provide custom printed labels, colored border labels, and UPC labels. Their facility supplies millions of labels each year found in greenhouses, nursery operations, independent garden centers, and “big box” stores.

Great Lakes Label has a strong commitment to supporting local companies and businesses. "We rely on the support from local businesses as well. We believe that events like these will inspire more local efforts to provide businesses with resources and foster a stronger community. We think this summit would be a great event to cover."

Great Lakes Label made a Time-Lapse tour of the Summit. See video below.

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