The Hitachi LM-C300 is designed to handle marking applications across multiple types of packaging materials including paper, corrugated cardboard, glass, rigid plastics, flexible foils and films.
Systech UniSecure is a non-additive product authentication solution that leverages existing product barcodes and packaging to create a unique signature.
The Videojet 1860 CIJ printer can be used for coding and labelling on flexible films, foils, glass, bottles, cans, metal parts, PET bottles and shrink wrap containers.
Limitronic inline digital printers have been designed to enable on-demand customisation of packaging.
The Hitachi UX-H140W inkjet printer is suitable for marking beverage containers on high-speed bottling lines.
Invisible code on retail-ready pallet displays is being used by a nut manufacturer to communicate with customers.
Small goods manufacturer Hellers is facing penalties after three children suffered allergic reactions caused by consuming mispackaged Sizzlers sausages.
A Linx 8900 continuous ink jet (CIJ) printer is delivering improved all-round coding quality to French confectionery manufacturer Gida Confectionery.
The AutoCoding packaging and coding verification solution automatically sets up date-coding equipment using product data from a secure central database.
Epson Australia's TM-L90 Liner-free compatible label printer is suitable for quick-service environments such as coffee shops, delicatessens and restaurants, both quick and traditional service.
The tna intelli-date 5 is a high-speed thermal transfer overprint (TTO) date coder with airless design and integrated print code verification technology for continuous high-quality printing on flexible bags.
The Domino Ax-Series continuous inkjet printer combines speed, accuracy and the ability to withstand the most demanding industrial manufacturing environments.
Leibinger's entry-level JET One is an industrial inkjet printer for marking and coding food packaging, beverages and consumer goods.
Bruichladdich Distillery has reduced downtime on its whisky and gin lines with two laser coders from Linx Printing Technologies.
The investment will see it increase capacity by over 20% to meet growing demand in the UK for the sustainable pack format.