Whether you are a producer in the food and beverage industry, a wholesaler or a retailer, you have likely spent more time than you would like to on placing labels on your products. It is a tedious task to be sure, but that doesn’t make it any less important.
If you are still doing it by hand despite a rise in production and demand, then you should take a closer look at the many benefits of investing in a linear labelling machine.
Here are the reasons why:
Avoid Wastage for Better Profit
Wherever people are involved in a repetitive task, such as labelling stores of bottles during production, there is always the chance that mistakes could be made. We are only human after all.
Machines don’t have that problem, which is why a linear labelling machine is a great way to reduce wastage, since if operated correctly, each and every label will be placed exactly where it should be.
Uniformity, that is to say when each and every label is placed in the exact same manner, gives your brand a sense of professionalism that is expected in just about any market. This gives consumers confidence in what you have to offer, and it’s strange how something as simple as label’s placement can make a difference here.
While people are not great at achieving such accuracy and consistency, machines are.
Reduce Completion Times
Since linear labelling machines automate the process of labelling, they are also able to complete batches in much shorter times than people can. This means that you can do more in much less time, which is great when an influx on demand creates the need to produce more unexpectedly.
Save on Personnel Costs when Scaling
When demand spikes and you need to scale up, a linear labelling machine is ideal for getting the job done without having to scale up on personnel.
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