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Print and apply labelling systems 'now available with Sato print engines'

27 May 2011

Codeology says it can now offer its entire print and apply labelling range with the option of a Sato print engine

Grant Auton, Sales Director of Codeology, explained why this is good news for labelling customers: “Having offered Datamax print engines for many years the ability to offer both types of engine is a significant benefit to customers. For those who already have Sato engines or label design software we can now offer a seamless upgrade path to new Codeology print and apply systems.

“This reduces the impact on their business as their existing knowledge of the systems minimises training. In most cases any existing Sato label design software can readily accommodate the latest print engines, meaning integration of a new print and apply system becomes very simple.”


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