Label-Aire White Paper: Lower Labeling Operating Costs

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Label-Aire: Automatic Pressure Sensitive Labeling’s Flexibility Lowers Operating Costs and Increases Productivity

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Automatic labeling systems afford companies the ability to implement a flexible system that can adjust to demand levels and thus meet changing market needs efficiently...

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Label-Aire, Inc., the innovative company that first brought to the packaging industry nearly 50 years ago the patented “air-blow” concept for applying pressure-sensitive labels, has published a white paper showing how packagers can lower their labeling operating costs, titled "Automatic Pressure Sensitive Labeling’s Flexibility Lowers Operating Costs and Increases Productivity".

“Automatic labeling systems afford companies the ability to implement a flexible system that can adjust to demand levels and thus meet changing market needs efficiently without increasing manpower requirements. In addition, automatic labeling systems can be designed in a product specific configuration as an inexpensive alternative for high speed/high volume requirements. In both cases, automatic systems provide consistent product labeling, ensuring that products are aesthetically pleasing and convey an image of high quality.”

The complete white paper, can be downloaded via Label-Aire’s website at http://www.label-aire.com or from this link: http://www.label-aire.com/news/89.cfm.

The following labeling machinery white papers are also available for download from Label-Aire:

  •     Understanding Pressure-Sensitive Labeling Basics
  •     Choosing The Right Print Engine
  •     Increasing Print Apply System Up Time
  •     5 Labeling Equipment Trends
  •     And Many More!

Labe-Aire provides simple and cost-effective labeling solutions for any operation. For more information please visit http://www.label-aire.com or call 866-384-0700/ 714-441-0700.

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