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Labelling Trends Expand Market Opportunities

Labelling is an imperative part of the production process as nothing leaves the factory without a label or tag of some kind. Thankfully for the production and packaging operations requiring new coding and labelling systems, life is getting better as equipment manufacturers answer demands for easy interfacing, simple operation, quick changeover and low maintenance while at the same time providing faster throughput and higher levels of quality control.

Modern self adhesive labelling systems can 'learn' quickly and save different labelling application settings in their memories, whilst still being feature-rich and sophisticated, yet simple to use. No matter how fast coders and labellers operate there will always be a demand for higher throughputs. With many lines running at speeds of 800 or 900 per minute, the evolution of new technologies continues to help increase speeds, whilst roll-fed labelling has already reached the 800 per minute mark.


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By Phil Donaldson, Director of Sales and Marketing at the ALS Group

Phil Donaldson is Sales and Marketing Director for the ALS Group of Companies. Phil left university 15 years ago to work as a Programmer for Avery Labels Systems UK (now Avery Dennison), which was his first experience of labelling technology. His technical role quickly developed into sales support activities, then further into sales. He then joined MAP80 Labelling Systems where he became Sales Manager before joining ALS three years ago.

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