Hey brother, pour the wine

D. A. B.
October 2005
Industrial Laser Solutions;Oct2005, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p4
Reports that South African wine industry has expressed interest in laser printing variable data on bottle labels. Must on displaying wine's alcohol content on the bottle in accordance of the law; Importance of complying the regulations of wine labels; Use of laser markers from Domino company on generic labels which are printed conventionally.


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