Jan Lehigh, President of Alpine Packaging, has been elected to the Tag and Label Manufacturers Institute (TLMI) Board of Directors. She was unanimously voted onto the Board by the existing members. Jan and three other new members were inducted at the 2014 Annual Meeting in October.

TLMI

TLMI is an association that works to provide “business solutions that enhance the prosperity of its members and the narrow web tag, label, and packaging industries.” It is made up of two types of members: Suppliers and Converters. Alpine Packaging is a Converter member.

Board members attend the organization’s two main conferences every year, and gather feedback from the attending TLMI members. They work to learn what brings members into the organization, what they are interested in learning, and how to help TLMI grow. One conference takes place in March, and is specifically for Converters. The other conference takes place in October, and both Converters and Suppliers attend.

In addition to being a Board member, Jan is also a Mentor at TLMI. Mentors work with new members for one year, offering knowledge and advice about what has worked for their business.

Jan will serve as a member of the Board of Directors for a three year term, from 2014-2017. Learn more about TLMI and membership on their website: tlmi.com.

More Blog Posts

RFID Labels Evolution and Use in Commerce

RFID Labels Evolution and Use in Commerce

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) labels have undergone significant evolution over the years and are expected to continue advancing in the future.  Over the years, our company has worked with customers who explored how to incorporate RFID technology in their...

read more
The Anatomy of Stunning Wine and Spirits Labels

The Anatomy of Stunning Wine and Spirits Labels

The wine and spirits beverage category can be very challenging for new wineries and distillers. Consumers have numerous brands and styles to choose from in a variety of shopping environments, including liquor stores, grocery stores, and gas stations. How can you make...

read more