Avery Dennison RBIS operates world-class manufacturing facilities, offering branding, retail and technical solutions to serve the demands of the market. From meeting shorter lead times to executing simpler processes and delivering competitive pricing, our global sites are designed to efficiently meet your needs, regardless of where you are. Competition is fierce, technology drives constant change and business moves at a lightning pace. We are the company with one of the largest global footprints for branding elements and significant investment around the world. We listen and respond to your needs because we understand that your success is our success.
More brands are moving toward sustainable packaging so that they can meet consumer demand, stay ahead of regulations and improve the environment, especially when it comes to single use packaging. It provides facts that are easy to understand, helping you make informed environmental decisions. Thinner labels means consuming fewer resources. What we use can be used again. High recycled content and materials while maintaining performance and quality. Avery Dennison features a breadth of success stories to inspire you.
When businesses and individual consumers want to enhance their retail or personal interior space, they may consider paint as a solution, but there are other customizable options for show off a fresh color or an exciting mural. Vinyl films, known for their ability to change the look of vehicles, can also add colors and prints to interior walls. Gym wraps, or the graphics seen throughout fitness franchises, have become increasingly popular as marketers search to reach targeted audiences for branding opportunities. With so many application surfaces available, including windows, walls, lockers, mirrors, floors and more, vinyl can be added to almost every square inch of these active spaces to create more dynamic facilities that are uniquely branded.
Now, the company is expanding its business in an additional direction—the professional installation of RFID blocking materials that help retailers optimize their inventory management efforts. In recent years, the number of businesses that have adopted RFID systems for inventory management has grown sharply. This is up from 34 percent in