How Channeled Resources Overcame the 7 Challenges of Family-Owned Businesses

LaManna Alliance posted a wonderful article about how Channeled Resources Group overcame the challenges of growing a family-owned business. Read below or click here to see the original post “Family-owned businesses, when they work, draw tremendous strength from their emotional firepower.  Learn more about seven challenges of a family business, and how one family has persevered through them. Running a family…

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The various uses of Release Liners

  Many people use release liners every day without thinking about where it comes from, its quality, its various uses, or ability to be customized. The first thing you should know is that not all them are created equal. Many tear and rip, creating a frustrating end-sure experience. Additionally, liners can be bland, low-quality, and separate from their adhesive which…

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Everything you need to know about bonding tape

  Bonding tapes are used to bond two surfaces together. Bonding tapes, or adhesive bonding, vary in thickness and can be applied as a single solution for joining two surfaces, or they can be used as a reinforcement to strengthen an existing bond. What are bonding tape? Bonding tapes consist of a carrier material (i.e., such as paper, plastic film,…

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How to choose the right silicone splicing tape?

  What are splicing tapes? Splicing tapes are used to join two materials to increase the length or provide continuity of a substrate. Splicing tapes are produced in many configurations with varied types of adhesives depending on its use. Which industries uses splicing tapes? Splicing tapes are commonly used in the manufacturing industry (such as joining two PVC pipes), film…

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The 4 advantages of using Pressure Sensitive Labels

  The rise of Pressure Sensitive Labels (PSL) PSLs have quickly become the new standard for product labeling. Why? Because PSLs are self-adhesive, versatile, and have a high-impact appeal. Additionally, PSLs can be printed on flexible and clear label stock allowing your products to be squeezed and be seen without ruining your branding. PSLs account for approximately 55% of the…

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Healthy Relationships

It is probably more difficult to affect culture change than develop a meaningful relationship. Let me try to explain. I was thinking about health and safety (and health insurance) and wondered if “relationships,” internal and external, are meaningful in a positive health and safety culture. I concluded yes, they are. Consider your own environment. It doesn’t make any difference if…

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Channeled Resources Group Recognized as a Green Master Company for the 3rd Year in a Row

Channeled Resources Group is excited to be formally recognized as a Green Master company for the 3rd year in a row. The afternoon ceremony was held at the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council Conference on December 3rd, at the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Green Master’s Program is designed for companies that feel the groundswell of change. For them,…

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Keep the change

Thursday at Labelexpo in Rosemont, Illinois was a bit slower than Tuesday and Wednesday. It gave me a chance to walk the show and look for change, change that would affect our industry and make an impact. (Of course, I’m assuming – never assume! – that you erudite readers of this publication were either at the show or know someone…

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Channeled Resources Partners with PaperTyger

Chicago, IL (October 29, 2014) – Channeled Resources Group is pleased to announce its recent partnership with PaperTyger a division of Chase Corporation. Channeled Resources and the PaperTyger division of Chase Corporation are pleased to announce the creation of a strategic channel partnership within the durable paper products segment of the tag and label industry. PaperTyger is a tear and…

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Second Chances

I was reading Dr. Seuss before I went to visit my friend Jack in the hospital. He had a terrible strain of pneumonia and nearly died. The staff at the hospital induced a coma for about two weeks. He lived with a respirator and a feeding tube during that time. In total he was in ICU for four weeks and…

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