Man Achieves American Dream with Breakthrough Labeling Technology
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Our most recent feature in Forbes is one of our favorites to date. (View Article here)
Whether you’re looking for in depth data reports on permanency and durability standards for labeling, or are curious about our latest technological advances in Fusion Labeling Technology, (including the VersaFlex Labeling System), browse the below links to learn more about how the World’s Only Fusion Technology for Labeling Plastics is designed to make help make your daily work life that much smoother.
The life work of Mold In Graphic Systems founder, Michael Stevenson, is detailed by Forbes contributor Jim Vinoski, explaining how the technology that he invented in the 80’s is continuing to help our customers worldwide today.
It’s the true story of his beginnings in a tiny, 400 square foot garage, with nothing more than an idea and the determination to succeed.
He spent the next seven years building that idea into reality, through lots of hard work and trial and error.
This story is for anyone who needs a little extra motivation to make their dream a reality, or that little boost of hope to know that if you refuse to give up, you CAN achieve what you dream of.
View other featured articles about us with the Society of Plastics Engineers, Plastics Today, Plastics Machinery Magazine and Plastics Technology Online here “In The News”.