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Top 4 labeling challenges for medical device manufacturers

The medical device industry continues to grow, especially as the population ages and sadly, with the increase in chronic disease. The continuum of balancing “demands of quality and compliance with operational efficiency—at times can seem like a never-ending battle to remain competitive.” NiceLabel has identified four labeling challenges that continue to plague the medical device […]


Ford Trucks Allow for Vehicle-To-Vehicle Charging

“The automaker introduces the all-electric 2022 F-150 Lightning and the F-150 PowerBoost Hybrid and they bring a new meaning to topping off.” With the increase in electric cars on the road, comes the need for a different kind of roadside assistance.  “Last May, Ford revealed its electric F-150, which possessed the power to charge an […]


Industrial Chemicals Found in U.S. Fast Foods

It’s no secret that fast food really isn’t good for you.  And if you needed another reason to limit these types of food in your diet, a “first-of-its-kind study” was recently published stating that popular fast foods contained chemicals linked to a long list of serious health problems. “Researchers at the George Washington University and […]


Retail supply chain optimization

We have shared several blogs with solutions on supply chain optimization because 1.) there is no one answer, 2.) it continues to be an area that needs improvement and resolution, and 3.) consumer expectations have changed, wanting a seamless shopping experience. With this increase in delivery routes due to higher online orders, visibility and traceability […]


Lizards offer new approach to artificial lungs

A study at Princeton University involving the brown anole lizard as the subject matter has brought new light to help improve one of nature’s complex actions—breathing. “Whereas human lungs develop over months and years into baroque tree-like structures, the anole lung develops in just a few days into crude lobes covered with bulbous protuberances.” The […]


Protecting your brand through labeling

“Two-thirds of consumers who have unintentionally purchased counterfeit goods have lost their trust in a brand. Modern labeling and printing technologies can come to the rescue.” The value of imported fake goods that were seized in 2019 was estimated to be $509 billion which was up from $461 billion in 2018. This value only includes […]


Teaching manufacturers how to fish with e-commerce

Many manufacturers are looking to get into the e-commerce game and to do so, they can go about it one of two ways: Do the work themselves while hoping to figure it out as they go along and stare at a huge learning curve. Hire a marketing firm to do the work for them. The […]


Don’t Let Label Reviews Slow Your Time-to-Market

As businesses look to manage and streamline processes, review and approval processes should be looked at as well. Many times, the review process requires involvement from multiple departments and can result in a lot of back and forth to get to a final version. While reviews or check-ins at every stage and every adjustment are […]


Labeling Predictions for 2022

Our partners at BarTender® recently gathered information from six industry experts about the top trends and predictions for 2022.  The Auto Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) industry which includes businesses that “create technologies to automatically identify and capture data from an object”, has already gone through some major changes. Several of these changes occurred when consumer […]


EU opens door to aiding semiconductor shortage

Many consumers have heard the woes of semiconductor shortages felt around the world, with the automobile industry being hit the hardest. In reaction to this shortage, the European Commission said it “could approve aid to fund the production of semiconductors in the 27-nation bloc amid a global chip shortage and intense worldwide competition to fill […]