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Burtons Foods 'cut ink jet costs by 60%'

27 May 2011

Since replacing the first of their ageing large character inkjets with Codeology printers in 2007, Burtons have gone on to fit Codeology i500 large character ink jet printers on all 16 production lines

Thanks to the design of the Codeology ink jet printers, over the four years Burton Foods has used them their consumable usage costs have reduced to around one third of the costs of their old machines.

They have also seen increased reliability and reduced downtime.

Paul McMahon, Area Engineering Manager at Burtons Foods said “Since changing to Codeology maintaining a high quality print on our cases has become easier and cheaper so I would thoroughly recommend that anyone looking for a reliable and economic coding solution speak to the guys at Codeology”.


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