Omron’s LD Series Mobile Robots are self-navigating Autonomous Intelligent Vehicles (AIV), designed to transform manufacturing and logistics. They are flexible transport systems equipped with proprietary artificial intelligence (AI) technology, with ability to autonomously transport materials to a target location while calculating the optimal route and avoiding humans and obstacles. Unlike traditional Autonomously Guided Vehicles (AGVs), […]
The 14th edition of the Food & Bevarage Industry Awards will take place during foodpro, on Monday 17 July at Doltone House Hyde Park. The Food & Beverage Industry Awards recognise the very best manufacturers from across the food and beverage sector in Australia and New Zealand, with companies such as Tassal and Coopers Brewery among […]
Le Mac are suppliers of the linerless labelling system that is self-adhesive for trays of meats, ready meals, salads etc. Linerless labels are an environmentally-friendly innovation: they do not use backing liner like traditional labels, which cannot be recycled and does not decompose in landfill. The system itself is fully automatic and delivers significant efficiency […]
JBT announced a strategic partnership with Laser Food in November 2014, giving them exclusive rights on a global scale to sell their laser labelling technology. The partnership propels JBT to the forefront of a new and exciting field in food labelling. The G-3 high-speed labeller leads the way in JBT’s labeling product line. Designed for […]
Linerfree is a unique print and apply labelling system that eliminates the waste associated with traditional die cut type print and apply labelling. Linerfree labels are a continuous roll which is printed and then cut to length by the labeller. This means waste is eliminated, label sizes can be varied from product to product and […]
The GLM-Ievo, the high-performance labelling system for the food industry, makes your future objectives achievable today.
The ability to print fade and water resistant full colour labels at 300mm per second represents a major breakthrough for food manufacturers and food industry clients. To produce high volume full colour labels in house at low cost is a new development in the Australian market. This eliminates the traditional need to purchase high quantities […]
Working out how to label your product can be a big task. Once you have settled on the technical labelling solution that works best for your product, you still have to figure out what to put on the label.
Labelling offers many different ways to code and identify products, and can be used from primary to tertiary levels, on individual products, through to cartons and pallets.
Join the largest grouping of Australia’s food industry professionals in one location at the new International Convention Centre in Sydney from the 17 – 18 July for the AIFST 50th Anniversary Convention.