Avery Dennison at FESPA 2015 with latest colours and REACH-Compliant signage portfolio

OEGSTGEEST, the Netherlands — April 9, 2015 — Avery Dennison will be at this year’s FESPA exhibition displaying its latest graphics developments under the distinctive theme of ‘Everywhere You Look’.

Visitors to the Avery Dennison stand T105 (Hall 6) will be able to interact with the new Avery Dennison Colour Swatch app, discover all the benefits
of the value added service program, get an overview of the complete digital offering, experience new Supreme Wrapping Film colours, and try out new Conform Chromes. Other products on display include QM 5500 Translucent Films and new digital films MPI 2804EA, MPI 3026 Supertack and the SF100 Ultra Clear.

Renae Kulis, global director Graphics Solutions, says that this year’s FESPA will be another testimony of the commitment and investment of Avery Dennison in the market. “FESPA is an important event for anyone who is trying to expand their business and differentiate their own offering. For us FESPA is an important platform to strengthen customer relations and capture insights from the market on present and future product portfolio. “

At the show, Avery Dennison will launch “Avery Dennison Colour Swatch” - its new mobile app which enables customers to virtually explore and compare the company’s vast range of colours and order samples directly.

Avery Dennison is also highlighting its complete REACH-compliant signage portfolio that now includes all graphics materials from 500 Event Film through to premium 900 Super Cast films – and Supreme Wrapping Film.

In different “Here for You” zones, visitors will find opportunities to expand their businesses by working with Avery Dennison. They will be able to experience firsthand indoor, outdoor and vehicle applications. This includes a live demo of the Galileo weeding machine which showcases automatic weeding of the 777 Cast Film and the MPI 2804EA.

The Avery Dennison stand is at T105 in Hall 6, on May 18 - 22, 2015 at the Cologne Exhibition Centre in Germany.