March 11, 2013
The two largest wine label printing companies in the North Coast have been expanding through acquisition, organic growth and equipment upgrades in the past year and a half as sales of wine bottles have been accelerating.
September 14, 2010
NAPA — Wine label printer Tapp Technologies Inc. today said it plans to expand its California plant in Napa to a nearby facility this fall to “significantly” increase capacity.
March 22, 2010
NAPA — Collotype Labels, the North Bay’s largest commercial and wine label printer, now has a digital printing press at its Napa plant to complete prototype and other small-run jobs in-house.
October 19, 2009
NAPA – Two wine label printers have made significant equipment upgrades this summer with a new class of digital printing presses and one that reduces waste through automation.
September 22, 2008
NORTH COAST — Palo Alto-based HP, maker of the Indigo line of digital offset printing presses commonly used by wine label printers, plans to release a new version of the press late this year that may provide the speed local wine label printers say they need to take better advantage of digital printing.
November 12, 2007
PETALUMA — Paragon Label has acquired a digital offset label printing press to meet increasing demand from vintners for easily customizable novel or exclusive packaging.
December 9, 2002
PETALUMA — McCoy Packaging will be sticking around in Petaluma, but the 80-year-old label printer will look quite different after partial acquisition by Petaluma-based Paragon Label.