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Atwell’s Solve Another Sticky Application

31 May 2011

Fruitapeel in Liverpool are about to launch their Vimto flavoured ice cream syrup. It will be on sale at all Asda supermarkets in time for the summer.

Fruitapeel's, David Taylor and Louise Hardie made a joint decision to purchase an Atwell front and back labeller to apply the labels to their Vimto Syrup plastic bottles. David & Louise were impressed at how easy and efficient the Atwell labeller is to set up. The machine operators were given training and had found the Atwell labeller easy to change labels.

Atwell have fitted their latest stepper controlled AL2-120S labelling heads that give full control from the integrated touch panel on the labelling heads.
This system gives Fruitapeel the versatility to label other products that may be introduced later this year.

Barry Hyman Atwell's UK Sales Manager said "that this installation went very smoothly and the labeller was up and running in no time"


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