Bigger is not always better. When a batch is not big enough to set up a in-line-labeler, when you need to re-work smaller volumes or when your operation doesn’t call for such equipment.
We know how machines blindly label away, if something get out of sync, by the time you figure out something goes wrong, huge volumes of product have gone past and need to be re-worked. The human touch will always give an edge.
Some products really need the delicate human touch, and in some cases the products have a complicated structure or surface that just can´t be labeled with the big machines.
Labeling isn’t just a mundane task of attaching information to products. It’s a critical process that ensures clarity, compliance, and a polished brand presentation. While the industry is dominated by large in-line labelers for years, there’s a compelling case for a handheld label machine.
Imagine you’re dealing with a smaller batch or perhaps a test batch. The conventional wisdom might suggest using the tried-and-true in-line labelers. However, these machines, while efficient for large-scale operations, can be impractical and in efficient for smaller tasks. The setup alone for such machines can be time-consuming
This is where handheld labeling machines come into play. They offer a level of flexibility that’s hard to match. Switching out labels is done simply and quickly as there’s no extensive setup required.
But it’s not just about cost and flexibility. It’s also about precision. Large labeling machines, for all their efficiency, can sometimes get it wrong. And when they do, the error often goes unnoticed until (in many cases) a significant amount of mislabeled products are churned out, leading to wasted resources and time. With handheld devices, errors can be spotted and corrected immediately. In fact, many of our customers use the hand labeler to re-work batches that were not adequately labelled.
Then there are those special products: the products with irregular shapes and or difficult to label textures, products that don´t get labelled reliably with the bigger in-line machines.
While in-line labelers have an important place in the industry, the value of handheld labeling machines cannot be neglected. They offer flexibility, cost savings, precision, and adaptability, making them an excellent choice for a range of scenarios and a valuable addition to your existing labeling operation.
I want to be fair about it, it´s not a huge amount of machines so therefore I limit the sales of these “introduction labelers” to 1 per customer. Just to give at least 250 of you the opportunity to try the labeler at this hugely discounted price!
Please know we only have 250 units available for this 50% OFF introduction promotion. Don’t miss this opportunity!