Trebnick Process Specialty Tags and Labels

A Win/Win Situation
April 1, 2008

The Print Professional team congratulates everyone who participated in this year’s design contest for their creativity and ingenuity. It was exciting to receive new entries in the mail each day, and to see how industry professionals used their talent and supply chain expertise to deliver effective, high-quality solutions. With loupes in hand, a distinguished panel of judges from North American Publishing Company, Philadelphia, evaluated entries based on print quality, technical achievement and the degree to which a solution satisfied the intended application. They were so impressed with the submissions, that in addition to designating winners in the various categories, the judges felt compelled

Movin' On Up
June 1, 2006

Public speaker Dale Carnegie said, “All life is a chance. The man who goes farthest is generally the one who is willing to do and dare.” To succeed in the label industry, manufacturers and distributors alike must go beyond the catchy campaigns promoting their company’s capabilities. Anton Dahbura, corporate vice president, Hub Labels, Hagerstown, Md.; Gregg Trebnick, CEO, Trebnick Systems, Springboro, Ohio and Terence M. Flaherty, president, Label Art, Wilton, N.H., do just that—their business mottos are a way of life. “Labels are everywhere and no one can afford to stand still,” Dahbura insisted. A 40-year industry veteran, Dahbura has witnessed many exciting label developments.