INKJET, LABELING & VERIFICATION SYSTEMS

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Pineberry integrates a variety of inkjet, camera/barcode readers and labeling technologies to full transports that include a feeder, vacuum conveyor and exit conveyor or a simple friction feeder for track and trace applications, marking, date and lot coding, product labeling, and custom applications/personalization.

We use variety of labeling systems, as well as a full range of inkjet, which includes CIJ, DOD and HP® technologies.

Specifications

  • Applications:

    • Date and lot coding
    • Track and trace
    • Pharmaceutical leaflet verification
    • Product labeling
    • Serial number and scratch off
    • Price stickers
    • Empty bag/pouch/carton labeling or coding
  • Options:

    • Inkjet for almost any substrate. We have integrated DOD, HP© and CIJ solutions to our transports and other applications.

    • Labeling Solutions from a number of our OEM partners. This allows us to offer the perfect solution for the application.

    • Camera/Barcode reading Solutions for inspection, OCR reading & 1D & 2D barcode verification and inspection. We also offer software packages that can be tailored to your application, with simple verification or full database lookup and matching available.

    • Integrated track and trace solutions with print, verification and data capture.

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