2022-09-22Thursday 22 September 2022 – The label manufacturer UPM Raflatac and the industrial labeling and identification solutions provider Logopak have agreed on a collaboration, which provides their customers the first robust linerless solution in print and apply labeling. With linerless labeling, omitting the label liner significantly increases the running length and capacity of the label rolls, saves costs, and benefits the environment by reducing the CO2 footprint in production and logistics. As a first step the collaboration will improve especially the automatic labeling of secondary packaging.
2022-03-30With the Logomatic 715 PF labelling system, Logopak is currently presenting a compact, efficient and economical solution for 2-sided pallet labelling in accordance with the GS1 standard. Designed for standard applications, the system is capable of labelling up to 120 pallets per hour on 2 sides. The new pallet labeller has an integrated article database and can be operated either stand-alone or integrated into a network. Intuitive touch-screen operation, easy reel change, the quick-change print engine and integrated diagnostics combine a pleasant user experience with high availability even in harsh environments.
2021-02-24Logopak’s innovative high-performance labelling system Logomatic 400 T RFID provides high-speed application of labels in variable positions. The system can process barcode and 2D code labels as well as RAIN RFID tags and hybrid labels using both labelling technologies.
2020-11-04»Welcome to the future of labelling« is what it says on Logopak’s new corporate website, where the company, which is headquartered in Hartenholm/Germany, now presents its new brand image and logo. A lot has changed at Logopak, not only on the outside: Within the scope of its growth and innovation strategy, the provider of industrial labelling systems has taken numerous pioneering steps towards the future.
2020-11-04Logopak’s new, fully automated labelling system Logomatic 410 Linerless provides sustainable, flexible and budget-friendly labelling of secondary packaging and shipping cartons. Omitting the label liner significantly increases the running length and capacity of the label rolls, saves costs, and benefits the environment by reducing the CO2 footprint in production and logistics, as linerless labelling obviates the need for costly disposal of siliconized carrier material.