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BillerudKorsnäs And HP Enter Into Strategic Collaboration For Digital Printing
Friday April 07 2017 03:59
ICE Warehouse Development To Enable Further Business Expansion
Saturday March 25 2017 05:26
Domino Ends Year On Award-winning High
Monday December 19 2016 05:05
Linx Strengthens North-West African Presence
Monday November 14 2016 08:04
Domino Printing Sciences Rewrites the Rules of Coding and Marking with new Ax-Series
Wednesday November 02 2016 04:12
Videojet Launches New 100-Watt Fiber Laser Marking System
Thursday October 20 2016 06:47
Adding Brand Value Through Real-Time Marketing With Datalase
Tuesday October 18 2016 07:06
Domino Raises GMP Awareness
Friday October 14 2016 06:40
SATO to Exhibit New Food Labelling Solutions
Thursday September 29 2016 05:05
Portable CIJ Opens Up Ink Jet Technology To More Businesses
Wednesday September 28 2016 06:26
The V2622 Flex-Lite Modular Vision Inspection System for Product Verification
Wednesday September 07 2016 04:53
Videojet Showcases Continuous Inkjet, Thermal Inkjet, Laser, Case Coding and Print and Apply Labelling Solutions At PPMA
Friday September 02 2016 04:42
ICE Celebrate 15 Years In Business
Thursday August 25 2016 05:18
User Experience Enhanced on Wolke Thermal Inkjet Printer for OEMs
Thursday August 18 2016 08:00
Linx To Highlight Wide-Ranging Capabilities At PPMA Total Show
Wednesday August 17 2016 04:21
Advanced Dynamics To Focus On Production Line Efficiencies At PPMA
Tuesday August 16 2016 04:01
SATO’s New Colour-Coded Label Helps Food Retailers Comply With EU Regulations
Monday August 15 2016 03:26
Fix-a-Form® Eliminates The Need For Separate Labels
Friday July 22 2016 03:37
Allen Coding To Show Marking And Coding Systems For Primary, Secondary And Tertiary Packaging Applications
Tuesday July 19 2016 03:21
Videojet Helps Reduce Waste for Global Food Retailer With New Coloured Inks
Tuesday June 14 2016 07:41
SATO to Deliver Printer Ribbons Anywhere in Europe in Under 72 Hours
Friday June 03 2016 05:01
Stelram Educates Future Generations Of Engineers
Friday May 27 2016 05:02
Denny Bros’ Solutions To Fix Food Industry’s Labelling Dilemma
Friday May 27 2016 04:58
German Industry Award for TSC´s Wide Format Thermal Transfer Printer
Wednesday May 25 2016 05:30
Print & Apply Corner Wrap Applicator Increases Throughput For Two-Sided Case Labeling Requirements
Friday May 13 2016 03:38
Domino Launches FE-Fume Extraction Unit For Laser Range
Tuesday April 05 2016 09:45
Labelling Solutions For Catering And Food On-The-Go Professionals
Tuesday March 01 2016 03:33
SATO Exhibits Labelling and Print-and-apply Solutions For Food Industry
Monday February 22 2016 08:11
API’s Foils Enhance And Add Impact To Edale’s Narrow Web Label Presses
Wednesday January 27 2016 05:10
Domino Delivers Optimum Egg Coding Solution
Friday January 22 2016 09:44
Advanced Dynamics To Showcase Innovative Labelling Equipment For Boosting Profits
Tuesday January 19 2016 04:07
Domino Director Wins Prestigeous Engineering Award
Friday January 08 2016 04:01
Domino Provides Ease Of Mind With The Relax Programme
Friday December 11 2015 07:32
What’s In It For Me? SUN Automation Brings Digital Answers to Print Conference
Tuesday December 01 2015 07:12
Domino Introduces New Ribbons For TTO Applications
Wednesday November 18 2015 06:14
TSC Auto ID Technology Acquires Printronix Thermal/AIDC Business
Friday November 13 2015 03:26
Domino Launches First i-Tech Print And Apply Labeller
Wednesday November 11 2015 08:31
Strong Appearance At LABEL+PRINT 2015
Thursday November 05 2015 06:15
SATO Brings Revolutionary Laser Coding And Marking Technology To Asia
Wednesday November 04 2015 07:42
Mettler-Toledo Joins Label Inspection with Checkweighing into All-In-One High-Speed Solution
Monday November 02 2015 06:28
New Technology From Printpack Enhances Consumer Interaction For Brands
Monday October 19 2015 06:24
Allen Coding Launches Hitachi’s New Environmentally Friendly UX Inkjet Printer
Thursday October 08 2015 05:03
Videojet Launches New Ultra Grade Ribbon for Thermal Transfer Overprinters
Monday September 28 2015 07:43
SATO Exhibits Innovative Labelling Solutions For Processing And Packaging At PPMA
Tuesday September 22 2015 09:27
DataLase Technology Focus At Labelexpo 2015
Friday September 18 2015 07:51
International Packaging Pioneer KM Packaging At Process Expo
Monday September 14 2015 09:07
New Vulcan Features To Debut At PPMA Show
Friday September 11 2015 09:15
Strong Appearance At Scanpack For TSC Auto ID
Tuesday September 08 2015 07:44
DataLase Leads Digital Revolution In Print
Tuesday August 18 2015 06:23
ICE Debuts Enhanced User-Friendly Website
Wednesday August 12 2015 05:49
SATO Launches Game-changing IoT Printing Solution
Thursday August 06 2015 08:56
Allen Coding To Show Newly Launched Hitachi Inkjet Printers And Ngt4+ Thermal Transfer Coder
Monday July 27 2015 04:57
Videojet Launches New Dark Red to Light Red Color-Change Inks for Retort Applications
Monday July 20 2015 06:21
Datalase Announce New Partnership With Total Brand Security
Friday July 10 2015 03:21
API Unveils Ground-Breaking TA Cold Foil At Labelexpo Europe
Tuesday July 07 2015 06:02
Waffles Withdrawn After No Notice Of New Recipe Displayed On Packaging
Monday July 06 2015 06:58
Outstanding Contribution Award For Chairman Of Roberts Mart
Friday July 03 2015 03:42
Launch Of SATO Global Solutions Accelerates Auto-ID Industry
Thursday July 02 2015 03:32
FDF Launches Gluten Labelling Guide
Wednesday July 01 2015 07:37
TSC Auto Display Innovative Products At FachPack
Monday June 29 2015 06:57
Brother Completes Acquisition Of Domino Printing Sciences
Thursday June 18 2015 05:14
ENERGY STAR® Certification For TSC Printers
Thursday June 11 2015 07:48
Domino Supports Customers With Ink Compliance Issues As Member Of EuPIA
Monday June 01 2015 08:46
Significant Upgrade Of TSC's Industrial Printer Series
Tuesday May 26 2015 04:37
Domino’s New Ink Extends Thermal Ink Jet Printing Capabilities
Friday May 22 2015 06:53
Domino Sets New Standards With Completion Of A-Series i-Tech Range
Thursday May 14 2015 07:33
SATO Printer Interface Achieves Certified Integration with SAP Auto-ID Infrastructure
Wednesday May 13 2015 09:26
SUN Automation Group Passes Triple Test with EMEA AccuPrint Installations
Thursday May 07 2015 04:16
Worries Melt Away With ICE Zodiac Coders
Wednesday April 29 2015 08:33
TSC Introduces New DA200 Series Thermal Printers
Monday April 27 2015 08:20
SATO Expands NX Series with Next-gen 6-inch Industrial Thermal Printer
Friday April 24 2015 09:47
Linx Builds For The Future With New HQ Opening
Monday March 30 2015 09:25
Reduce End-of-Line Labeling Downtime With Videojet
Friday March 27 2015 05:52
Feeder Innovation Comes Full Circle To Revolutionise Digital Box Printing Solutions
Thursday March 26 2015 08:06
ICE Shakes Up Inkjet Market With Scorpion Launch
Friday March 20 2015 05:11
TSC Has Introduced Its New TX200 Series
Wednesday March 18 2015 10:03
Videojet Launches New Ink To Enhance Adhesion On Flexible Plastics
Monday March 16 2015 11:27
SATO Showcases Print And Label Solutions For Food Industry
Wednesday February 25 2015 11:57
Shanghai Xinhualou Saves Time And Money With The 1000 Line
Wednesday February 04 2015 03:56
Versatile Ink Particularly Suited To Polyethylene
Friday January 16 2015 09:43
Advanced Dynamics To Showcase Innovative Labelling Solutions
Wednesday January 14 2015 10:03
SATO Group Launches SATO International To Advance Global Growth Strategy
Monday January 12 2015 04:32
Strong Partnership Brings Effective IT Solutions From CSB-System
Thursday January 08 2015 08:40
Sheep Print Introduces Npd Solution For Launch Of Food Products
Tuesday January 06 2015 04:36
SATO Helps Food Businesses Comply With EU Legal Obligations And Avoid Harsh Penalties
Monday December 15 2014 07:54
Major Changes Ahead For Food Information In Foodservice
Monday December 15 2014 03:52
Get It Right Quickly & Simply With The Enhanced Linx 7900
Monday December 08 2014 07:40
Food Firms Will Save Pots Of Money Thanks To Sheep Print’s Label Compliance Offer
Monday December 08 2014 04:38
Foodchain Launches Triage Labelling Service To Help Food Industry Meet FIR
Tuesday December 02 2014 04:29
Advanced Dynamics’ Automated Labelling Solutions Removes Rsi Risk For Food Firms
Friday November 28 2014 03:04
Simple, Affordable Laser Coding With The New Linx SL1
Monday November 17 2014 06:19
Domino White Paper Clarifies Regulations Governing Inks For Food Packaging
Wednesday November 12 2014 06:39
SATO Strengthens Print Engine Lineup, Delivering Exceptional Throughput and Incomparably Easy Operation
Friday October 31 2014 06:54
Full Range Of Linx Coding & Marking On Show At Gulfood
Friday October 24 2014 13:06
25% Faster: TSC´s New TTP-244 Pro
Monday October 20 2014 04:59
SATO To Showcase New Printer Modules and Complete RFID Solutions at Euro ID and ID World International Congress
Wednesday October 15 2014 11:21
Linx Coding & Marking At Pack Expo
Tuesday September 30 2014 03:57
SATO’s New Printers And Labellers Enable The Food Industry To Improve Efficiencies While Meeting Food Labelling Legislation
Friday September 26 2014 05:30
Be Careful Of What Gets Lost In Translation For Labelling
Thursday September 18 2014 05:09
Award-winning Flexible Labelling For Food-to-Go At lunch!
Wednesday September 17 2014 08:19
Advanced Dynamics Put Productivity Boosting Labelling Solutions On Show
Thursday August 21 2014 05:52
The Smarter Choice For Fresh Products Labelling Solutions
Monday August 18 2014 08:02
Allen Coding Show Wide Range Of Marking & Coding Systems At PPMA
Friday August 01 2014 09:16
ICE Showcases Its Technology Trio At PPMA
Friday August 01 2014 06:43
Vision Software Designed to Help With New EU Regulations
Monday July 14 2014 04:30
Videojet CLARiTY™ Laser Controller Helps Manufacturers Achieve Sustainable Improvements
Friday July 04 2014 03:25
ICE Launches Revolutionary Print And Apply Labeller
Thursday June 12 2014 10:23
A Perfect Vision 
of Food Production
Tuesday June 10 2014 07:44
New Print And Apply Labeling System With Intelligent Motion™ Technology Delivers What No Other Labeller Can
Monday June 02 2014 09:32
Positive Reaction To Revolutionary New Industrial Printers From TSC
Friday May 30 2014 03:06
FDF Host Food Labelling Seminar
Wednesday May 21 2014 07:38
Videojet Puts On Show Coding And Marking Innovations
Wednesday May 14 2014 08:10
New Food Industry Printer Launched At interpack
Tuesday May 13 2014 06:34
Linx Starts Construction On New Headquarters
Thursday May 01 2014 05:08
Looking For Winning Applications Of AquaSense Labels
Wednesday April 30 2014 04:51
ICE Speeds Up Making New Labels For Latest Legislation
Friday April 25 2014 06:00
Reliability Best Advert For Linx CJ400
Friday April 11 2014 06:47
CorrStream Reinvents Printing On Corrugated Packaging
Friday April 04 2014 04:38
New MX240 Printer Set To Be A Best Seller
Friday March 28 2014 07:39
Food Safety Over Printing Inks Prompts Move From Mineral Oil Inks
Tuesday April 01 2014 06:05
Labelling Breakthough AquaSense Keeps Food Fresher Longer
Wednesday March 26 2014 09:17
Countdown To Food Information To Consumer Compliance
Wednesday March 26 2014 09:10
SATO Launch Revolutionary Thermall Barcode Printers
Wednesday March 19 2014 06:20
First Time With Own Stand At Interpack for TSC Auto
Wednesday March 19 2014 05:57
Software Ehances Packaging Coding Assurance
Friday March 14 2014 06:01
Labelling Solutions From Advanced Dynamics On Show
Tuesday March 11 2014 08:12
New Videojet Website For Clearer Coding And Printing Solutions
Tuesday March 11 2014 08:06
Domino Wins Queens Award For Fifth time
Wednesday November 20 2013 11:38
Ingredients Manufacturer First For Innovative Labeller
Wednesday November 20 2013 11:38
Be A Winner With Linx In 25 Years Celebrations Competition
Wednesday November 20 2013 11:38
Linx Case Coders Go Global
Wednesday November 20 2013 11:38
Advanced Dynamics To Show Off Its Production Boosting Labelling Solutions At Foodex
Wednesday November 20 2013 11:38
Marco Trac-IT Line Control Module Intelligently Prevents Leap Year Recalls
Wednesday November 20 2013 11:38
SATO Launch Labels That Help Save The Planet When They Go Up In Smoke
Wednesday November 20 2013 11:38
Linx Invests 6m In New HQ
Wednesday November 20 2013 11:38
Domino's New Ink Jet Printer Puts Its Stamp On EVIDEL Expansion
Wednesday November 20 2013 11:38
Linx Looking For Distributor Partner In Germany
Wednesday November 20 2013 11:38
Today's News
Videojet Puts On Show Coding And Marking Innovations
Videojet Technologies, a global leader in coding, marking and printing solutions, showcased pioneering advancements in design and engineering printing concepts at Interpack 2014.

Senior executives demonstrated Videojet’s ground-breaking technologies created with the “simplicity through innovation” concept at the heart of the development process. Attendees witnessed how the latest in print & apply labeling (LPA) innovations – intelligently designed to remove manual adjustments and 80% of wear parts – eliminate the common causes of daily operational problems and downtime.

Videojet also presented its advanced range of CO2 laser marking systems, engineered to extend marking speeds; breaking the boundaries of traditional laser printing capabilities. Also showcased is Videojet’s breakthrough print solution that combines the high resolution and simplicity of Thermal Ink Jet (TIJ) Technology with Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK) industrial ink performance. Unveiled at the show was an intuitively-simple Code Detection System which verifies the presence of ink jet printed codes, providing an advantage over manual sampling by increasing the sheer number of products that can be inspected.

Chris Riley, Vice President of Marketing for Videojet said, “Our research and development team has made some incredible developments and innovative steps that are a first for the industry. We are very proud to showcase coding, marking and printing solutions which we believe to be a huge step forward to help our customers across the globe improve their operational reliability and productivity. We are living in a highly competitive and time-demanding era so now, more than ever, traceability and authenticity of products are essential requirements manufacturers need to address and supply; not only to continually produce new products to meet consumer demand but to also protect brand identity, and help ensure they are not coming up short under strict legal directives.”

Riley continued, “We are fully committed to innovation and it’s through our embedded culture of delivering great results - combined with our ongoing focus to providing quality coding, marking and labelling technologies - that we set a benchmark for the industry and partner with our customers to help them achieve their business goals.”

Taking an innovative approach to print & apply labelling design, the Videojet 9550 fixes the common causes of lost productivity. This new design removes the mechanisms that frequently cause everyday operational problems, such as label jams and routine manual adjustments. The Videojet 9550 LPA System with Direct ApplyTM, places the label onto the pack without the need for a tamp or air blast applicator, achieving throughput of up to 150 packs per minute for typical 4” x 6” GS1 bar code labels. Never missing a label, even after line build-backs, the Videojet 9550 LPA System helps enable manufacturers to tackle the key issue of everyday operational coding, marking and labeling problems such as label slippage and constant manual adjustments.

Integrated with Intelligent Motion™ technology, the Videojet 9550 LPA system enables all the design elements to be automatically controlled with precision. Labels are fed with highly accurate speed and position without the use of manual adjustments, clutches or nip rollers. The simple web path also allows quick, easy ribbon and label changeover.

Not only does it eliminate downtime – a constant scourge on manufacturers – but the Videojet 9550 LPA system also incorporates Intelligent Motion™ technology and a clutchless ribbon drive, for precise ribbon feed and printhead control, helping to ensure optimum print quality and improved performance while substantially reducing ribbon waste and improving printhead life.

Requiring no factory air, the Videojet 9550 LPA is the only solution to print and directly apply labels to cases and trays at high speed – enabling manufacturers to increase production efficiencies and enhance their profitability. To further help manufacturers improve quality and adhere to applicable legal and statutory regulations, the Videojet 9550 comes equipped with the Videojet industry-leading CLARiTY™ touch screen interface which includes intuitive job selection, comprehensive feedback, and diagnostics to minimize human error. A single, easy-to-use interface provides manufacturers with built-in Code Assurance solutions that focus on getting the right label on the right case, time after time.

Videojet also introduced a new Code Detection System which allows manufacturers to easily inspect ink jet printed codes on packaging. A combination of hardware and software, the system verifies each captured code against a trained image in the target marking area is sufficient, helping to catch the most common printing issues including missing, miss-positioned, and clipped codes.

Automatic code detection provides an additional level of coding confidence by inspecting every code, and delivering an earlier alert than would typically be provided using manual inspection processes. The Code Detection System allows users to easily set a threshold for a code to be considered unacceptable, as well as set a limit for the number of bad codes that can be detected before a fault is indicated.

When the specified quantity of bad codes is detected, the system automatically sends an alert signal to eject the product or stop the production line, allowing operators to take corrective actions. By enabling issues to be resolved immediately, users can quickly identify the root cause of the printing error by reviewing the bad code images stored on the system controller, and subsequently take action to prevent reoccurrence.

Demonstrations took place throughout the show, detailing just how the Code Detection System works. The system bracket holds the product detectors, printhead and camera system automatically in alignment with each other, providing optimum performance without the need for physical adjustments. Integrated lighting takes the guesswork out of system configuration, removing the need for manual alterations and helping to eliminate errors associated with changes in ambient light. Sophisticated camera-based verification systems have been used on packaging lines for years, but they often deliver more technical capabilities than most packaging lines need. They also often require special training for set-up and use. To overcome this, the Videojet Code Detection System offers a simple three-step set-up process that simplifies training and minimizes changeover time.

The latest in laser marking systems – the Videojet 3330 30-watt and the Videojet 3130 10-watt lasers – were also on show. Delivering a superior code quality across a range of marking speeds, the systems are suitable for a wide array of substrates, marking simple and complex codes while providing easy integration for virtually any application. By utilizing the dot font mode in both the 3130 and 3330, the systems can mark up to 30% faster than vector fonts, with print speeds increased to 150,000 products per hour.

Recognizing that line integration is a critical element in delivering peak performance, Videojet offers over 20,000 standard configurations within its CO2 laser marking line including 21 mark window options and three laser wavelengths. With ever-increasing demands for traceability marking, customers require high quality alphanumeric and DataMatrix marking. As such, the Videojet CO2lasers are ideal options for serialized coding applications in the food, pharmaceutical, tobacco, cosmetics, and other industries – and enable manufactures to adhere to regulatory or retailer demands.

Introduced at the show was Videojet’s innovative thermal ink jet printer, the Videojet 8610. Utilizing fast-drying inks including Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK)-based fluids, the 8610 provides high resolution print on non-porous packaging materials including films, foils, plastics, and coated stocks – ideal for the needs of food packaging, pharmaceutical, and cosmetics operations for high resolution coding on non-porous packaging.

Incorporating a patented cartridge for industrial inks including MEK-based printing fluids, the Videojet 8610 offers the ideal suite of performance attributes for any thermal ink jet solution on the market today. It is a great example that demonstrates how Videojet recognizes the growing needs of packaging professionals to in-line print multi-line codes and other high resolution marks such as DataMatrix and QR codes, without modifying their packaging designs. The innovation inherent in the 8610 is the new industrial ink cartridge technology – a fully contained, high resolution print cartridge designed specifically to print MEK-based inks. Coupled with the automated Cartridge Readiness System™, the 8610 print system is seamless to integrate, regardless of the frequency or length of common line interruptions.

Manufacturers are expanding their range of products to align with increasingly changing consumer buying behaviour. For improved interaction with customers, it is important for manufacturers to achieve highest accuracy and consistency when printing a variety of elements on packages, including brand assets such as logo, graphics and colour as well as critical information such as ingredients, formulae and dosage. In addition, to comply with industry regulations, it is compulsory for manufacturers to print critical information such as bar codes and best before dates accurately on packages.

With Esko software solutions, the creation of package variants is automated based on the use of smart templates, avoiding unwanted downtime and operator errors. The elements are converted in smart fields that link to content in remote and secure databases over the internet. The workflow server instantiates all variants of the product package without any further operator intervention.

Videojet and sister company Esko combined their technologies at Interpack 2014 to demonstrate their prototype for how to manage dynamic or variable data related to a manufacturer’s product, including nutritional information and traceability data such as production and expiry dates. The collaboration between the two technologies allows manufacturers to print certain variable elements on the package at the end-of-line and at the very last moment. This management of print postponement is dramatically simplified and, above all, conducted in a way that allows for a zero-error environment. For manufacturers with significant SKU complexity, Videojet demonstrated how this variable information can be printed real time at the packaging line using a Videojet Thermal Transfer Overprinter.
Item last updated:   Thursday May 01 2014 05:08
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New Food Industry Printer Launched At interpack
Domino is using interpack 2014 as a launching pad for the new A520i continuous ink jet (CIJ) printer.

Also making their debut at the show are the latest additions to the CIJ range, namely the A-Series XS high speed print head, and a black anti-counterfeiting ink, the 2BK031.

All three enhancements can be employed in a wide variety of sectors, but are especially relevant to the food and beverage industries.

The A520i represents the next iteration in Domino’s successful A-series. Building on the heritage of the i-Tech range, this highly resilient printer is designed for challenging production environments and comes wrapped in an IP55 marine grade stainless steel cabinet, with IP66 sealed electronics enclosure.

The A520i is also the first CIJ printer to incorporate the innovative plenum airflow cooling system, which ensures the printer stays cool whatever the production environment.

The TouchPanel user interface (UI) is a separate component, which can be mounted either directly onto the cabinet or remotely to suit production line requirements and layout. The A520i can also be controlled via any Windows ® interface already on the production line.

James Shippen, Product Marketing Manager for CIJ at Domino, comments on the A520i’s assets he believes will appeal the most to businesses: “The two new key qualities that set this printer aside from the competition are its flexible design and consistent performance. The ability to integrate the user interface anywhere along the production line is a considerable advantage that will prove beneficial in more complex work environments. The robust cabinet and the presence of a plenum airflow cooling system ensures optimum functionality no matter how challenging the surroundings, whether they are hot, cold, wet or dry.”

Also worth highlighting are the A520i’s eco-friendly features. The i-Tech ink system will help businesses drive down their solvent footprint, as it delivers the lowest measured consumption makeup on the market and extremely low overall cost of ownership. Additionally, the machine requires no service and minimal operator intervention thanks to the presence of CleanFill cartridges that can be changed while the printer is running, and the i-Tech Module containing the working ink and ink filters can be easily replaced in less than ten minutes. This is all the maintenance the printer requires and it’s an annual task that can be performed by anyone.

Domino’s latest CIJ print head is the XS, an option for high speed applications that prints top quality code, with clear and easy to read characters. Building on the company’s engineering expertise in the ink jet industry and developed following extensive research, the XS uses a patented droplet handling system to deliver a wide range of print formats with great print quality and predictable performance.

This new print head is able to match pace or exceed the speed of the fastest production lines and thanks to its nimble precision, businesses are now able to print codes onto approximately 1400 cans or bottles a minute, without sacrificing accuracy and legibility in the process.

Domino has also introduced a new security marking ink to its range of anti-counterfeiting solutions, the 2BK031, which is compatible with the A-Series i-Tech printers.

A fast-drying, scratch resistant ink that greatly reduces all counterfeiting risks, the 2BK031 proves to be effective against parallel trading, with no chance of the code being scrubbed off the packaging’s surface and replaced by new text.

“By exhibiting these new products at an exhibition such as Interpack, we have the ideal opportunity to illustrate to the global packaging market the extensive features and benefits of our CIJ range,” concludes James. “We look forward to welcoming members of the industry to our stand and are confident our systems will answer their demands.”
Item last updated:   Thursday May 01 2014 05:08
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Linx Starts Construction On New Headquarters
Coding and marking specialist Linx Printing Technologies has started construction of its new purpose-built headquarters in St. Ives, Cambridgeshire. The company plans to transfer from its existing premises in Spring 2015.

The major new development at Compass Point Business Park will consolidate the separate buildings currently occupied by Linx’s various operations, in Burrel Road, St Ives, into a single facility employing 250 people.

The 41,000 sq ft building will house the company’s research and development laboratories, sales and administration offices, manufacturing and assembly lines, and storage and distribution areas, along with dedicated customer training facilities.

Established in 1987, Linx has grown to become one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial printers for coding and marking of packaging and products, with a range of market-leading equipment including continuous ink jet (CIJ) printers, case coders, laser coders, thermal transfer printers and thermal inkjet printers. Through its extensive distributor network, the company is represented in over 90 countries worldwide including the major markets of Europe, North and South America, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa.

Linx Managing Director Nigel Hood says the new building underlines the company’s confidence in its continued growth and development:

“Even during these recent troubled economic times, Linx has performed well, demonstrating that there is still demand for innovative and reliable equipment that meets the needs of all types of manufacturing operations.

“Our new facility will enable us to build even further on this success with state-of-the art product development, manufacturing, training and service facilities that will allow us to compete at the highest level in our global markets.”
Item last updated:   Thursday May 01 2014 05:08
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