14Dec

A National Retailer worked with their existing print supplier and requested pricing for a fan-folded stock for pricing tags.  After an onsite visit, with the dealer, the Telemark sales rep realized that the Zebra Mobile Printers that were being used were much better suited for using rolls than fan-folded…

13Dec

Businesses and consumers avoid expensive problems when receipt ban fails to become law. The August 30 failure of a misguided law in Sacramento, California shows how lawmakers don’t understand the relationship between businesses and consumers. California assembly Bill 161 would have required stores to ask shoppers if they wanted…

12Dec

Appvion just announce the creation and launch of “CLEANSLATE POS”. This is an Alternative to traditional POS thermal paper. The image is developed without the use of phenols, including BPA, BPS, Pergafast, and other phenol developers. It also offers heat, water and light resistance and is fully compatible with…

31Oct

In today’s world of ever changing technologies, only one thing in certain; If it hasn’t changed, it soon will! In some cases, older tech becomes the new solutions. Law Enforcement is one such case. Around the US, many Law Enforcement Departments are adding technology to the patrol cars. The…

03Apr

California State Assembly bill AB 161 ignore fundamental recycling capabilities and are based on misleading and unsubstantiated statements and should not be enshrined in California law View Here: Appvion Response to AFPA Testimony in California  

27Mar

On March 19, 2019 Kanzaki announced a Global Increase of 5% on Ticket and Tag Stocks, effective on Shipments after April 29, 2019 Kanazki Increase Tag Stock 3-27-19

19Feb
28Jan

January 2019 Statement From Appvion opposing the “Skip the Slip” proposed legislation in California and also announces the development of a “Prototype” alternative chemistry for thermal paper receipts. Appvion Skip the Slip Response_Jan 2019

14Jan

California proposed ban on receipt paper Jan 2019 This short response was provided by The Wall Street Journal, Saturday, January 12, 2019, in response to the California Proposal to eliminate sales receipts.

10Jan

Appvion Skip the Slip Response_Jan 2019   Attached is Appvion’s response to “Skip the Slip” legislation proposed in California