One of this past Christmas’ “hot toys” was the hoverboard. As is often the case with “hot” anything, products are rushed to market to meet that demand. And, as is also often the case, that rush to market may mean potential issues with the “hot” product – such as the exploding batteries and[...]
The Label Printers’ Chief Executive, Bill Kane, and Chief of Operations, Lori Campbell recently returned from Buenos Aires, Argentina where they attended the 2015 International Law Enforcement Intellectual Property (IP) Crime Conference – co-hosted by INTERPOL and the Ministry of Security,[...]
The Chicago Cubs make the playoffs – and counterfeit playoff tickets hit the market
Chicago media have published articles recently about fake tickets to the Chicago Cubs playoff games. The Cubs are famously searching for their first World Series win since 1908, and their fans are eager to pay[...]
Eaton has an interesting video/infographic on Fire Safety – 4 Things You Should Know About Counterfeits – thatthey were sharing earlier this month as a back to school “primer” for educational institutions.
As the world’s largest supplier of labels to UL, and a company with expertise in the[...]
Consumer Reports, the Associated Press and the New York Times have all featured recent articles about the products that counterfeiters “fake” – the Threats those fakes pose to consumers, and the Impacts they have on the companies and their employees who make the real products.
Some stats from[...]
Think That Counterfeits Are Only High End Goods? How About Table Salt?
China National Salt Industry Corporation (CNSIC) is China's largest state-owned enterprise of salt producers and suppliers. Its annual output has reached approximately 12 million tons, of which approximately one-third is[...]
Interpol’s Turn Back Crime Campaign Wins the 2015 Global Media Award Europol’s IPCrime Unit Wins the 2015 Global Anti-counterfeiting Awards
The Label Printers is proud of our continuing involvement with and sponsorship of the International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference[...]
Counterfeit cigarettes 'high in heavy metals'
A study of counterfeit cigarettes seized in the US supply chain has found that are almost always loaded with lead and cadmium, heavy metals known to be hazardous to health.
[An article by Chief of Operations, Lori Campbell, appearing in FTA's April 16 FLEXO Prepress]
I think it is safe to assume that I’m not the only one in the converting industry who scrutinizes labels on products and in stores. Don’t you sometimes just look at a print and let out a “tsk tsk” over[...]