Unparalleled Reliability for Traceability in Logistics and Distribution with Release of New Domino Mx-Series Labeling Machines

Domino’s new print and apply labelers automate traceability coding for enhanced supply chain visibility.

With the global logistics labels market poised for significant growth in the coming years, Domino Printing Sciences (Domino) is pleased to announce the launch of its new Mx-Series print and apply labeling machines. The growing need for traceability within global supply chains is fuelling demand for reliable product labeling solutions that promote quick and accurate data sharing. Recognizing this need, Domino developed the Mx-Series for fully integrated, automated and GS1-compliant coding of products and pallets.

Feedback from extended customer testing highlighted two key benefits that specifically resonated with Domino’s test customers. These factors included the the printer’s high-speed variable data printing capabilities, up to ten times faster than previous generation print and apply labelers, and enhanced connectivity options to facilitate data sharing.

Domino’s Mx-Series printers offer market-leading build-quality and reliability, alongside variable data capabilities and Industry-4.0 connectivity for data collection and sharing across supply chains. Advanced connectivity and configuration options include machine vision for automated code inspection and validation; and coding automation for enhanced data sharing, including integration into factory MES and ERP systems.

“Domino is ushering in a new era in print and apply labeling with the launch of the Mx-Series printer,” says Brad Roush, Product Marketing Manager for Domino North America.  “The Mx-Series printer boasts a compact footprint, advanced connectivity options, a user-friendly integrated touch screen, and remote Web UI access, making it seamlessly integrate into existing product lines, easy to operate, and adaptable to any production line,” says Brad Roush, PALM Marketing Manager at Domino.

As all production lines are unique, printers in the Mx-Series range have been developed to suit a range of different production environments, and with a smaller overall footprint compared with previous print and apply labelers for easy integration. These new printers are available as both left and right-hand options as well as options for 4” and 6” printheads. Also offered with both tamp and swing applicators, and variants providing different running modes to suit different production applications. The company is expected to announce more customizable features, including additional applicator types and further connectivity options in the coming months.

“The Mx-Series platform builds on our global reputation for excellence – with the quality standards our customers have come to expect from Domino – while delivering a whole new range of capabilities to satisfy new market demands,” says Sharmil Ghouse, Global Head of TTO and P&A at Domino. “We are very pleased to be able to offer this state-of-the-art solution to our existing customers, and any business looking to embrace automation, integration, and increased traceability.”

To find out more about the Mx-Series, please visit the website.

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