The Cheese Warehouse upgrades its labellers

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The Cheese Warehouse upgrades its labellers

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The Cheese Warehouse, based at Whitchurch, Shropshire, has installed advanced printer applicators with high-performance printers on its production lines to replace inefficient labelling equipment, which no longer met its needs for reliability and speed of dispatch

The company selected the P100 printer applicator from Codeology, which was able to meet the company’s requirements in terms of price and reliability.

At the heart of the system is the A-Class print engine from Datamax-O’Neil by Honeywell for printing thermal transfer labels. This has been designed for integration into printer applicators and print-and-apply applications.

Six boxes a minute can be labelled and prepared for transport on each of the three production lines with the P100. With a daily operating time of 12 hours, each print engine therefore prints almost 13,000 labels a day.

“We were able to reduce the number of incorrect labels to a minimum and speed up processes considerably,”​ says the company’s engineering manager Paul Ciesielski.

Contact: Datamax-O’Neil

Related topics: Dairy

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