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Director of Business Development and Strategic Growth

Loparex LLC

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Loparex LLC

1255 CRESCENT GRN

Cary, North Carolina,27518

United States

Company Description

Loparex provides the broadest portfolios of release liner technology in the world. We believe that employing the best manufacturing practices ultimately benefit our customers. We practice Lean Six Sigma, invest regularly in our plants and thus have the capacit...more

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Loparex LLC Profile | AIMCAL-SourceBook

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Todd Schweigert
Director of Sales, Loparex LLC Phone: 630-734-2714 Fax: 630-734-2690 Email: todd.schweigert@loparex.com


www.labelandnarrowweb.com

"In North America, by volume, the most commonly used liners are made of super calendered kraft (SCK) stock, in calipers of 2.5 mil and 3.2 mil," says Todd Schweigert, director of marketing for Loparex, Willowbrook, IL. "Label converters traditionally use 2.5 caliper.Liners made from films make up about 15 to 20 percent of the release liners used in the label industry, says Schweigert, but are growing at a faster rate than papers."It's a natural kraft paper with polypropylene extruded on one side," says Schweigert."It fills a gap in the market between film and paper liners, and it makes up another 15-20 percent of the market for us."The release capabilities of the liner might be specified by the end user, and the label converter quite often knows what type of liner to use for what application.Still, opinions vary as to how much a converter should know about release liners."A label converter's customer traditionally needs to know very little about release liners other than they work," says Schweigert.Loparex, says Schweigert, segregates its release liner markets in seven ways: label, graphic arts, medical, hygiene, composites, tapes, and industrial.


Release Liners - Label & Narrow Web

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"In North America, by volume, the most commonly used liners are made of super calendered kraft (SCK) stock, in calipers of 2.5 mil and 3.2 mil," says Todd Schweigert, director of marketing for Loparex, Willowbrook, IL. "Label converters traditionally use 2.5 caliper.
Liners made from films make up about 15 to 20 percent of the release liners used in the label industry, says Schweigert, but are growing at a faster rate than papers. "It's a natural kraft paper with polypropylene extruded on one side," says Schweigert. "It fills a gap in the market between film and paper liners, and it makes up another 15-20 percent of the market for us." The release capabilities of the liner might be specified by the end user, and the label converter quite often knows what type of liner to use for what application. Still, opinions vary as to how much a converter should know about release liners. "A label converter's customer traditionally needs to know very little about release liners other than they work," says Schweigert. Loparex, says Schweigert, segregates its release liner markets in seven ways: label, graphic arts, medical, hygiene, composites, tapes, and industrial.


CEMA - Industry News

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Todd Schweigert, Director of Marketing for Loparex, turned his attention to the way in which films are now driving release liner opportunities -- growing at 5-6% per annum -- particularly in medical uses.
He discussed in detail which films represent the 'right substrates' for liner in labelstock, composite, industrial, tape, graphic arts, medical, and hygiene markets; making the right choice of coatings -- SN solvent, Pt solventless, UV, EB, etc; and the features of silicone adhesives. He also presented an in-depth situation analysis on the North American medical market and its critical requirements for release liners.


Hygiene Suppliers Hang Tough - Nonwovens Industry

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According to Todd Schweigert, Market Manager for Loparex, "Over the last two years, we have been asked to reduce costs nearly 10%.


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