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Dion highlighted in recent article!

12/29/2009 (comments: 0)

“Short Run Labels”- Label & Narrow Web

 Label & Narrow Web recently looked to industry experts for their article on short run labels and interviewed Dion Label Printing. The ability to affordably print short run orders has led to more opportunities for product manufacturers. Here is a brief excerpt from the article:

Stacy Santos, marketing manager for Dion Label Printing, Westfield, MA, USA, says the company takes into account the length of the run when deciding which printing process it’s going to use. In Dion’s case, short run jobs, among others, get moved to one of the company’s HP Indigo presses. "We decide whether a job will go digital or flexo based on the amount of footage we are going to run, the complexity of a customer’s label graphics and the number of SKUs in a particular run. About a third of our business is digital. We made the investment in digital in April 2005, and because our digital business grew so quickly, we invested in another HP Indigo digital press. And our digital operations have steadily grown over the years.

"Digital printing is perfect for multiple SKUs, low volume orders, promotional labels and prototyping," Santos says. "It’s a great way to offer high quality printing, complex graphics, and vibrant colors to customers that do not have large volume quantities. Our customers do not have to sacrifice label quality while keeping their inventories low."

Read the full article here!

Happy Holidays!

12/23/2009 (comments: 0)

Happpy Holidays from Dion Label Printing!

Happy Holidays from Dion Label Printing !

Holiday Hours:
Thursday, December 24th- closed
Friday, December 25th- closed
Friday, January 1st- closed

Happy Halloween!

10/30/2009 (comments: 0)

Dion Dressed-up!

The Dion Label crew is embracing the Halloween spirit. The highly secretive costume planning was a hit. We hope you enjoy a happy & safe Halloween weekend!


Dion Label Printing Halloween 2009


Back Row: Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Renaissance woman, Gorilla, “A Day Off”, firefighter, a bunch of hippies, construction worker

Front Row: Banana, 4th of July, New Year’s, & St. Patrick’s Day

Welcome Erinn!

05/14/2009 by Stacy Falconer (comments: 0)

Erinn Gormley

Dion Label Printing is happy to introduce our new intern, Erinn Gormley! Erinn will be writing some of our blog entries. She will be helping us in the marketing department. Erinn graduated from Bryant University in 2008. She double majored in marketing and literary & cultural studies. We are excited to have her on our team!

Good Luck Karly!

04/17/2009 by Stacy Falconer (comments: 0)


Today is Karly Grimaldi's last day! Karly has been interning here since September 2008. She is graduating from Bay Path College in May. Dion Label Printing, Inc. will miss you and we wish you the best of luck!

Happy New Year!

12/31/2008 by Blair (comments: 0)

Everyone at Dion Label Printing, Inc would like to wish you a Safe & Happy New Year!

Dion will be closed Thursday, January 1st, 2009. We will be open Friday, January 2, 2009.

Happy Holidays!

12/24/2008 by Blair (comments: 0)

Happy Holidays from Dion Label Printing !

Holiday Hours:

Thursday, December 25th- closed
Friday, December 26th- closed
Thursday, January 1st- closed

Happy Halloween!

10/31/2008 by Blair (comments: 0)

Dion Label in disguise.

It's Halloween and the Dion Label crew is celebrating! Happy Halloween!


 From top to bottom, left to right: Police officer, Velma from Scooby Doo, Cat in the Hat, 4 girl slumber party, beer maid, baker, doctor, Halloween, Francis Cignoli, soccer player, cowgirl.

Dion is Proud to be Green

10/28/2008 by Blair (comments: 0)

Are you really green?

Dion is "Proud to be Green." We do several green things to help the environment and are always open to suggestions on how we can improve.
Here is a list of things we do everyday to be sustainable: 

- Over 95% of our waste is transformed into energy pellets used in conjunction with and as a substitute for coal. These pellets also burn much cleaner than coal.


Water soluble adhesives allow labels to be washed off their containers, so containers can be reused.


- Water based, solvent-free inks are used in our flexographic printing operations


- Biodegradable material called PLA film made from corn is available


- Bulk shipping is available for those customers who are willing to mix items in their shipping, allowing us to cut back on boxes and shipping paper.


- Reporting utilizes PDF documents, rather than printing reports daily and wasting large amounts of paper


Our digital stock is coated using 100% renewable energy, including wind power


- To promote health and safety internally, we have implemented a safety committee


-  Digital printing cuts back our waste tremendously. Setup waste is nearly 250-500 ft per color setup on a flexographic press. On the digital press, it’s merely 0-80ft to setup all colors.



Did you know...

There are companies who market themselves as "green" just to make a profit? Don't fall victim to greenwashing!

Dion Exhibits at Natural Products Expo East!

10/26/2008 by Blair (comments: 0)

Dion Label Printing, Inc. exhibited in booth #248 at this year’s Natural Products Expo East, held October 15-18 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. It attracted more than 26,000 industry attendees and featured more than 2,100 exhibits. According to Natural Foods Merchandiser’s™ June 2008 Market Overview, the natural products industry grew 9.8 percent in 2007 to more than $62 billion in sales. Natural retail­ers’ growth in the northeast grew 9.5 percent and accounted for nearly 20 percent of total sales in the United States.



From top to bottom, left to right: Laura Sharrow, Paul Zackular, Randy Duhaime, Mike Rodney, Chuck Pingeton, June Carney, Melissa Moccio, and Stacy Santos.

Next year’s show will be held September 23-26, 2009 in Boston, Ma. For more information, visit