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Logopak to unveil modular print & apply systems at Anuga FoodTec 2018
Tuesday, 27 February, 2018, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Cologne
Logopak, which offers a variety of high-performance labelling systems to meet the demands of the food industry, will unveil modular print and apply solutions for the efficient labelling of a wide range of packaging types and all packaging stages at the 2018 essay of Anuga FoodTec, slated to take place in Cologne, Germany, between March 20 and 23. Highlights include a new multi-format system for the point-of-sale labelling of food packaging in non-stop operation.

Efficient point-of-sale labelling
The new Logopak systems achieve high-capacity, high-precision application of labels onto various packaging types to meet the particular demands of point-of-sale labelling.

The multi-format series of machines enables operators to print labels of various sizes on a single labelling system. Thanks to the company’s tried-and-tested applicator technology, the labels can be applied efficiently and in a variety of ways.

High-capacity secondary labelling
With a capacity of up to 140 units per minute, the new Logopak labellers prove a highly versatile option in secondary labelling of cardboard boxes, trays and shrink wraps.

The applicators enable top, bottom, front, double, single, over-the-corner, multi-sided and wrap-around labelling with maximum precision.

Pallet labelling according to GS1 standard
Logopak’s pallet labellers label up to 240 pallets per hour in non-stop operation. With 20 different applicators, labels up to A3 can be applied automatically in various positions and orientations.

This allows labelling according to GS1 standard and easy identification of the pallet via the serial shipping container code (SSCC). For added safety, the machines include a protective cover and a fully automatic flap control.

Uninterrupted track and trace
All of Logopak’s print and apply systems are available, either with radio-frequency identification (RFID) or can be retrofitted with an RFID applicator to ensure uninterrupted tracking and tracing.

From labelling to traceability, the labellers meet all legal requirements, standards, European Union (EU) regulations and guidelines for the food industry.
 
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