Our outer case labelling machines offer impressive levels of performance, characterised by excellent print quality, fast dispensing speed and an abundance of useful features such as ribbon-save and speed-matching.
As the outer case label will likely contain either a GS1-128, ITF14 or EAN13 barcode, this will enable the end user to identify the product which can also contain information such as the batch and quantity info.
Outer packaging and pallets are becoming more complex but our range of print and apply labelling machines copes with it all.
We offer two types of print & apply labelling machine, which you can choose from;
- On-demand, applies the label immediately: XPA 934
- High-Speed batch applications: ALX 730 Series
With multiple application methods available for our Outer Case Labelling Machines, you can choose from the following;
Why choose Outer Case Labelling Machines from ALS?
The XPA 934 series, ALX 730 series have been built for quality, reliability and user friendliness. The construction of the machine makes maintenance and handling particularly easy, ensuring even greater efficiency. Key features of all three machines include:
- High print speeds
- A heavy-duty power supply for continuous operation
- Support of thermal transfer ribbon rolls of up to 1,000m in length
- Support for a large variety of print sizes as standard
- Barcode printing
- Real-time data on applications
- Sequential numbers on the same label
With information that changes daily, you will need intelligent print and apply systems that can cope with changing demands and offer you fantastic flexibility. The entire range of print and apply systems that we offer will provide you with exceptional performance, reliability and quality. As Barcode Validation / Verification becomes more and more essential in today’s labelling market, we understand that Barcode quality is key.
GS1 European Industry Guidance for Standard Case Code Labelling
Advanced Labelling Systems Ltd are accredited members of GS1 UK, the standards defining body for barcoding. Download a copy of their excellent guide for case code labelling using the link below: