Across the greater printed-packaging industry, conditions such as demand surges, force majeure, raw-materials shortages and allocations have had a profound impact on the ways that printed-packaging converters carry out their day-to-day business. However, perhaps the segment that has felt these forces most acutely is the label industry. Given the multitude of components that fundamentally make up all pressure-sensitive constructions, label converters’ delivery times of goods to their own customers is dependent entirely upon the availability of liner, adhesives, varnishes, face stocks, laminates, inks and plates.
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