Datamax-O’Neil Presents Its Latest Printer Solutions For Transport & Logistics At LOGISTIK Austria 2011

Joint trade fair appearance with Austrian distribution partner Bluetech Systems and labelling systems provider Schwinn & Partner (Stand C07 / Hall D).

Datamax-O’Neil, a global provider of label and receipt printing solutions, will show its comprehensive product range at LOGISTIK Austria 2011 in Vienna (21 – 22 September). At the trade fair for logistics solutions, Datamax-O’Neil will share a stand with its Austrian partner Bluetech Systems Barcodesysteme, which specialises in distribution and customer services for barcode scanners, label printers and mobile data collection. Also to be present at the booth is the systems provider for labelling equipment Schwinn & Partner, which develops and manufactures dispenser and labelling systems as well as solutions for automation in the fields of identification and logistics.

Datamax-O’Neil, exhibiting at Stand C07 in Hall D at Messe Wien, will showcase its latest printer solutions such as the E-Class Mark III desktop barcode printer, the RL4 portable 4-inch label printer, the robust printers of the MP Compact4 series and accessories such as IQWax, IQMid and IQRes thermal transfer ribbons. In addition, the company will inform visitors about the extended warranty and service provisions covering its entire portfolio of printers. Moreover, a Schwinn & Partner system for labelling pallets will be demonstrated at the trade fair. The system contains an integrated Datamax-O’Neil print module for marking items with latest data.

“In order to remain competitive today, it is vitally important that providers of transportation and logistics services are able to respond quickly and achieve high levels of productivity in warehouses, while goods are in transit and on customers’ premises,” explained Christian Bischoff, Regional General Manager EMEA at Datamax-O’Neil. “With our latest printer solutions and accessories, we can show trade visitors from this sector exactly how they can make their processes more efficient and more reliable and therefore respond to the changing requirements of their customers.”

Printers and accessories for transport & logistics: Among other products on show at LOGISTIK Austria, Datamax-O’Neil will be presenting the extremely rugged RL4 4-inch label printer. The compact design of the RL4 means it can be worn on a belt or mounted in vehicles and is therefore ideal for use in mobile applications in warehouses and transportation. The E-Class Mark III desktop barcode printer also contributes to simplifying logistics processes. With its high print quality and speed, the printer supports employees in a wide range of transport and logistics tasks. MP Compact4 series printers have a solid metal casing and are a practical solution for dispatch and warehousing applications as the printers can easily be installed on forklifts and picking vehicles.

IQWax, IQMid and IQRes thermal transfer ribbons offer high quality printing even under difficult conditions and are compatible with all stationary printers from Datamax-O’Neil. The thermal transfer ribbons make it possible to print sharp images and are an innovative addition to the comprehensive range of accessories. With high temperature resistance, they are suitable for applications in transport and logistics.

About Datamax-O’Neil
Datamax-O’Neil is a trusted global provider of stationary, portable and mobile label and receipt printing solution products that enable manufacturing and supply markets to capture the benefits of automated product identification and automated legal and financial transactions. Datamax-O’Neil is the barcode and mobile printing business group of Dover Corporation’s Product Identification Group (PIDG), a global platform entity with products and services covering all the leading marking technologies and applications. The company’s products address a wide variety of applications, including those in the industrial, healthcare, retail, automotive and ticketing market sectors. Datamax-O’Neil is headquartered in Orlando, Florida, and maintains key facilities in California, Illinois, and France, as well as sales and technical support offices around the world.

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