Avery Dennison Corporation recently announced preliminary, unaudited results for its fourth quarter and full year ended Dec. 28, 2013.
Office product giants 3M and Avery Dennison announced Friday that the companies had reached an agreement to settle a series of lawsuits that had been ongoing since 2010.
Avery Dennison Corporation has signed a definitive agreement to sell its Office and Consumer Products (OCP) and Designed and Engineered Solutions (DES) businesses to CCL Industries Inc. for $500 million in cash.
3M, parent company to supplier 3M Promotional Markets, has stated that the company is still working with Avery Dennison Corp. on a purchase agreement, despite a report from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) claiming that the deal has been terminated.
Headquartered in Pasadena, Calif., Avery Dennison Corporation announced the company expects to report unaudited second quarter 2011 net sales of approximately $1.7 billion, a decline versus the same period last year of 2 percent excluding the impact of currency. Unit volume was down an estimated 5 percent, driven primarily by declines in the company’s largest segments―pressure-sensitive materials and retail branding and information solutions. Second quarter results for the company’s office and consumer products segment were in line with internal expectations.
Avery Dennison recently announced the launch of CarWraps.net, an easy-to-use website that makes it convenient for small business owners and consumers to get information on branding or personalizing their car with vinyl graphic media. CarWraps.net also includes an easily searchable database so that individuals can locate a pre-screened and certified installer near them and request a quotation on a vehicle wrap.
Mutoh and Avery Dennison team-up to hold six more car wrap classes throughout the United States this year.
Avery Dennison Label and Packaging Materials launched the Avery Dennison Brand Experience Contest, which will challenge designers to use originality, imagination and skill to deliver a unique brand identity from bottle to shelf for five products, including children's juice, red wine, organic coffee, salad dressing and shampoo.
Avery Dennison has given its business units new names to communicate their focus on market-driven solutions that help make brands more inspiring and the world more intelligent.