Adhesive labels, in their many forms and uses, play a big role in the everyday life of hospitals and health centres everywhere.
Beer enthusiasts not only appreciate a varied range of tastes in craft beers, but also an appealing package, starting with an eye-catching label.
UPM Raflatac China cooperates with China Women’s Development Foundation (CWDF) to help solve the shortage of drinking water in western parts of China.
After 200 years of extensive farming, the river basin ecosystem in Jaguariúna, São Paulo, was in danger. The riparian forest around the Jaguari River was devastated and the river flowed dirty.
Henkel is a global company that recycles label waste with exemplary efficiency. RafCycle®, a project successfully piloted at one plant, will now be expanded globally.
Self-adhesive label manufacturer UPM Raflatac collaborated with Cielo e Terra – one of Italy’s largest wine bottlers – and has made a lifecycle assessment of their wine brand Freschello.
UPM Raflatac works with WWF Poland in the Rivers for Life project to improve the well-being of the country’s rivers and to raise awareness on the significance of the rivers to Poland’s nature.
When there’s a real thirst for change, results can be achieved surprisingly quickly. A small Finnish brewery located on the shores of Finland’s biggest lake, lake Saimaa, was facing a problem.
Icehearts is a Finnish organisation established in 1995 that supports children and youths for whom there are specific concerns by providing them with a stable and long-term sports community.
Euromonitor’s Top 10 Global Consumer Trends 2016 report takes up interesting and sometimes contradictory global trends helping businesses and organisations decode their consumers.