Life during COVID-19 has brought about issues that many of us never envisioned back in early March. On top of innumerable personal challenges, many of our businesses have seen true upheavals. Operating with uncertainty is always difficult, but today’s environment of constant change, ambiguity, and even conflict can lead to especially problematic decision making.
When Kermit the Frog (voiced by Jim Henson) first sang “Bein’ Green” in 1970, few consumers were concerned about climate change. Most manufacturers didn’t focus on sustainability or tout their products’ “green” qualities (if they happened to have any). Oh, how times have changed.
Within today’s diverse adhesive and sealants product segments, encompassing very different markets such as retail, architectural, industrial, and aerospace applications, all buyers and end users depend on clearly labeled containers. Since different label formats are available for a multitude of container geometries, it is helpful to understand the basics of labeling choices for future projects.
Many different factors should be explored when determining the proper package for a sealant or adhesive. Important considerations include cost, size, compatibility, appearance, ease of disposal, application, and many others—all of which can affect the decision regarding what package system is best for a particular product. Let’s look at an example of how similar factors could apply to a decision many people face on a regular basis.
The 2020 World Adhesive and Sealant Conference (WAC2020) will provide myriad opportunities for adhesives and sealants professionals to gather and learn about the latest products and technologies that the industry has to offer.
The PPG booth (D79) will showcase an array of industry offerings, including coatings, sealants, transparencies, packaging and application systems, engineered materials, and transparent armor, as well as chemical management and other services.
February 6, 2020
PPG recently announced that it will highlight its full range of aerospace products and services at the Singapore Airshow at Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore, February 11-16, 2020.
A virtual event in 2020, The ASSEMBLY Show focuses exclusively on assembly technology, equipment, and products. Registered attendees will enjoy advance access to the virtual platform, flexible scheduling, access to all sessions streaming on-demand, virtual networking, live chat and appointment making, and the opportunity to engage with experienced assembly manufacturing professionals.