Pressure-Sensitive Labels & Adhesives | Avery Dennison | LPM

Compostable Portfolio

Facestock and adhesive combinations that can be reintroduced into nature.

Pharmaceutical

Labels for syringe and tight mandrel pharmaceutical applications

Sustainability

Recycled Content rPET Liner


Products + Solutions



Automotive, Industrial + Electronics

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Beauty, Home + Personal Care

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Digital Printing

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Functional Packaging

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Intelligent Labels

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Pharmaceuticals

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Select Solutions

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Sustainable Solutions

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Wine + Spirits

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Q1 AD Connect Magazine

Fewer, Nicer, Things and Experiences

Consumer tastes may be moving away from high consumption, and toward more mindful purchasing

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Avery Dennison Advantage

Ray Stanton (“Stan”) Avery invented the world’s first self-adhesive label as a way to merchandise objects. Over the past 85 years, we have grown from one bright idea into a global corporation that continues to advance quality and innovation in materials science.

 

+ 180 operating locations globally
+ Materials science innovations focused on pressure-sensitive materials
+ Commitment to sustainability and meeting our 2025 goals
+ Services designed to increase your productivity

 


Service

EXACT™

Order roll materials in exactly the width you need. With more than 560 combinations of lengths, specifications and locations, we can help you reduce inventory levels and streamline your operations.

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Engineered Solutions

Harness the power of an experienced technical team to create unique solutions for your clients. Mix and match existing material or create an Engineered Solution with unique material, pattern or performance.

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Sample Program

Through our Stock Sample Program, you receive all the necessary product knowledge and samples to best position yourself in any new business bid. You may request standard 5” x 8” sheets or 6” x 500’ rolls to conduct comparisons on actual product samples.