SATO, innovative labeling solutions for mail, messaging and packing

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SATO, innovative labeling solutions for mail, messaging and packing
Tuesday, August 18, 2015Description :
At POST-EXPO, which will be held in Paris from 29 September to 1 October, SATO will present its latest printers and labels for the postal, courier and packing sectors.

These include the NX series of revolutionary thermal industrial printers from SATO, and reliable and fast CG4 label printers for post offices.

Designed for intuitive operation, easy integration and durability in an industrial environment, the NX is ideal for warehousing and the supply chain. This series is scalable and very easy to configure for global deployment.

It offers superior memory capacity, power and processing speed, and is extremely easy to install and maintain thanks to a system that requires no tools to replace the printhead and platen. Allows delivery companies to increase their running time and efficiency in printing shipping labels.

Also introduced is the CG4 Label Printer Series, designed to meet the requirements of mail and messaging activities. This series offers print speeds of up to 101 mm / sec, easy-to-use functions, simplified operation and maintenance, and high quality print resolution (305 dpi) for perfectly legible package labeling.

Another product exhibited, the SATO series of lightweight mobile printers MB2i designed to be easy to use and offer a simplified loading of labels and battery. They are available with multiple communication interfaces and offer delivery drivers a fast and reliable method of printing notification labels in the event that the recipient of the package is absent at the time of delivery.

SATO also specializes in providing environmentally friendly labeling solutions and its Linerless labels, which are recognized for their multiple ecological and cost advantages, will be another key point on the SATO booth.

SATO's Linerless labels, manufactured without the use of glassine, do not cause waste or landfill costs.

With approximately 40% more labels per roll compared to glassine rolls as a backing, linerless labels significantly reduce the frequency of coil change and allow logistics companies to increase productivity and time At the same time reducing the storage space required.

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