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Sato launches new consumables programme

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Sato Europe has announced the launch of a new customer focused approach to its labels and ribbons ranges, in response to demands for greater operational efficiency and waste reduction across global supply chains.


The European Consumables Programme (ECP) has been developed to generate extra benefits for customers by placing a core focus on streamlining labelling processes, in order to reduce costs and related downtime in operations.



Working closely with customers in key sectors, including healthcare, retail, manufacturing, food, kitchens and transport and logistics, the company is creating bespoke ranges of consumables best suited to specific processes and applications.


Laurent Lassus, head of Europe managing director, commented: ‘We are delighted to announce the launch of our new consumables programme, an industry leading solution to modern day labelling operations. As efficiency becomes ever more paramount to commercial success, the Sato ECP portfolio has the potential to provide users with added value and significantly optimise their labelling processes.’


Laurent added, ‘We are seeing more businesses strive towards reductions in operational costs and the facilitation of operations across many industries. This is where the European Consumables Programme truly excels. We work closely with our partners to discover their needs and provide a package that is tailor made to them, enabling cost reductions and the streamlining of processes across the supply chain.’


The ECP includes a comprehensive range of auto ID solutions produced in-house using global standard materials to ensure optimum performance, coupled with the expertise that guarantees excellent quality and consistency from start to finish. The portfolio comprises direct thermal labels, thermal transfer labels and synthetic film labels that are specially manufactured to complement the features of the company’s label printing solutions.





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