Bottle Labeling: The Fundamentals of Cut and Stack Labeling

SOP, Best Practices, and Troubleshooting​

​Monday, February 19, 2018 | 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. CST

Moderator: Jordan Ramey, Olds College, Olds, Alberta, Canada
Presenter: Tom Hungrige, Paramelt Adhesives, Muskegon, MI

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About the Webinar and Presenter

Please plan to attend this in depth discussion on labeling by Tom Hungrige. 
Tom has over 37 years of label adhesive formulating experience, including technical service and problem solving. He has worked with all major brewers including AB-InBev, SAB Miller Coors, Labatt, Molson, and Heineken, as well as many others in the brewing industry. Over his long career, he has become a real resource for many brewers, food packaging companies, label companies, and container/glass companies. Tom has worked with all major rotary labeler companies including Krones /KHS /Anker/ Languth and PE, just to name a few. Tom had previously worked for National Starch, United Resin, and most recently for Henkel for 25 years. Tom is currently working with Paramelt, in developing unique new products for the Craft brew industry as well as custom formulated products for all Brewers. 
Join us for this opportunity to discuss any of your current issues with a real industry expert!

Webinar Takeaways

  • Better knowledge of labeling and labeling equipment
  • Best set-up and operating practices
  • Environmental factors that can affect labeling
  • Proper label and adhesive selection