Products are enclosed by different types of packaging. We distinguish between primary, secondary and tertiary packaging, which either serve to protect the product, or are used for marketing purposes, or to facilitate logistic processes. The sheer endless variety of different surfaces, shapes and sizes makes industrial labelling an extremely complex, yet exciting, task.
When it comes to primary, secondary and tertiary labelling, Logopak offers tailor-made solutions for almost any type of packaging and all kinds of applications, from large to small batches or units, with smooth or corrugated surfaces, deep-freeze products or articles processed at room temperature.
In order to be able to develop best-practice solutions for our customers, we delve deep into our clients’ production processes to identify their specific requirements, i.e. products, production and logistic processes, technical equipment (machinery, IT system), production environment (temperature, dust etc.), safety and hygiene standards etc.
As a result, we develop system solutions that ensure the perfect interplay of hardware, software, consumables and customer service. With a wide range of different applicators available, our customised solutions can be flexibly integrated in every production environment. At Logopak, we love challenges and finding the best response to your individual labelling needs.
Discover our intelligent solutions for the labelling of primary packaging, also described as direct product labelling. Logopak develops innovative labelling systems for packaging units of all sizes and surfaces, for example conical bodies, particularly large components, stainless steel kegs, various building materials, paper rolls etc.
Learn more about our comprehensive expertise in the field of labelling secondary packaging, such as cartons, trays or shrink packs. Discover some of the solutions we have developed for various different formats and materials.
Below we present a selection of the many efficient solutions we have developed for the labelling of tertiary packaging, such as pallets and transport packaging items.
PID 3SIXTY makes industrial labelling processes even more efficient, safer and more transparent. The high-performance software solution guarantees flexible automation with which all labelling processes can be centrally controlled and monitored. Continuous data synchronization between the ERP system and the supported devices ensures that the right data is always available in the right place.
Logopak develops professional labelling systems for the secure programming and application of the smart RFID labels. This enables workpieces, tools, products and transport carriers to be automatically identified and localized along the entire value chain at any time - from the first raw material to the sale of the finished product to the end customer. For optimal traceability for your supply chain.
Pin-sharp, machine-readable barcodes are essential to ensure smooth processes along smart value chains. This is why quality is everything! With our unique verification method, we provide integrated quality checks that guarantee maximum readability of the printed barcodes at every point in the supply chain.
Self-adhesive labels usually leave behind a great amount of waste. After the label has been pulled off, the label-carrying backing paper or plastic film is no longer needed. Hence, each label roll produces the same amount of waste in metres. Our innovative Linerless technology puts an end to that. From now on, your labelling processes will be much greener and just as reliable, without producing large amounts of waste!
In addition to reducing waste, Linerless also saves storage space and weight during transport, which saves costs and minimises CO² emissions. Another benefit of our Linerless technology is that each roll contains 50 % more labels, which means “marathon-like” running lengths of up to 1800 metres and therefore significantly fewer stops to change the label rolls.
Our Linerless system also provides maximum flexibility. The labeller prints your individual contents onto the continuous label material on the roll, cuts the material in freely adjustable lengths and applies the label to the product.