SATO, a leading global provider of Auto-ID solutions that empower workforces and streamline operations, and Datalogic will be showcasing their latest scanner-to-printer solutions for the transport and logistics industry at this year’s SITL show (22-25 March, Paris Nord Villepinte).
Visitors will learn how the integration between SATO’s CL4NX industrial printer and Datalogic’s Skorpio handheld scanner can help in fulfilling orders more easily and efficiently, a company release said.
“With tougher competition and higher customer expectations, fulfilling orders as fast as possible while ensuring traceability is top of the agenda for transport and logistics businesses across Europe,” comments Neil Batchelor, General Manager, SATO Europe.
“Thanks to our recent agreement with Datalogic, a global leader in automatic data capture with a wide product range for airport, shipping and postal service applications, we are in a position to offer complete scanner-to-printer solutions that help labelling processes run efficiently and consistently in fast-paced working environments,” he further said.
SATO’s universal CL4NX and CL6NX printers offer elite processing power, throughput speed, and memory capacity which is essential when it comes to fulfilling orders as fast as possible. Additionally, to minimise downtime, they feature a wide head opening for easy media installation, and are designed for fast parts replacements, with no tools needed and help videos are also available in the front display.
Other highlights at SITL will include SATO’s special linerless printer technology such as the mobile thermal printers range. Lightweight and easy to use, these printers come with a variety of optional features including shoulder straps and swivel belt clips and are ideal for on-the-go applications where eliminating the problem of disposing liners is vital.
SATO’s Linerless labels are produced without using release liners which means they have minimal waste impact and zero landfill costs. With up to approximately 40% more labels per roll than liner-backed rolls, Linerless labels reduce reel changes significantly, enabling logistics companies to increase productivity and production uptime while reducing warehouse storing space at the same time.