UV-resistant, pigment-based, solvent-resistant, food grade, invisible – edding’s ink innovations are enabling customers to do things with ink they didn’t think were possible.
Whether you run a multinational company or a small start-up, for food producers traceability is becoming critical to both building customer engagement and fulfilling a duty of care to protect consumer health.
The global market for spirits is experiencing a surge in growth as consumers seek out new, exciting flavours. And as the major distilleries and countless artisan producers step up to meet this increased demand, the need for traceability along the supply chain has never been higher.
The new EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) has been designed to ensure the efficacy and safety of all medical devices marketed within the EU. Increasing traceability is a key component of that. For the first time, every medical device for sale in EU member states must display a Unique Device Identifier (UDI) code. But not all coding solutions are up to the job
Over the past decade, the global beer industry has been transformed. Thousands of new breweries have sprung up to meet the growing demand for new taste experiences. At the same time, a new generation of machinery is needed to produce these smaller volumes with high quality efficiency. Which is where edding comes in.
What’s in our food and where does it come from? Demand for greater transparency about what we eat is one of the key trends shaping the food industry today. Consumers are challenging food manufacturers to print more information on their product packaging than ever before. But not all coding machines are up to the task.
In 2020, the face mask market experienced explosive growth, and it’s showing no signs yet of slowing down*. But as companies switch to manufacturing masks to meet this surge in demand for critical supplies, there are certain criteria they need to fulfil to produce regulatory-compliant products.
Marking requirements for wood manufacturers are many, varied and continuing to grow. What’s needed is a solution that can achieve high quality, easily visible, permanent printing, often in the harshest of production environments.
Wine drinkers are an increasingly discerning consumer group. In a competitive market, the pressure is on producers to boost their wines’ shelf appeal. So, the label on the bottle has a lot of work to do.
How do you maximise cost effectiveness, resource efficiency, speed and sustainability? The industrial environment is continually evolving, driven by advances in technology. To survive and thrive manufacturers must adopt a chameleon-like ability to adapt to each emerging trend.
What does connectivity mean to you? Opportunities to engage with other people? The connection between people and devices? Or, the ability of one machine to communicate with another?
Product traceability and date coding are at the heart of consumer safety in the food and beverage industry. There are a number of different methods for applying this information, but which is the best option for small and medium manufacturers?
The cosmetics industry has very specific demands around the look of its products. The industry has tended to rely on continuous inkjet or laser engraving for too long. edding Tech’s high-resolution codes offer many advantages to cosmetics customers including quality, cost, and ease of use.
Are you interested in finding out how the latest generation of TIJ printers can transform print quality on your packaging and reduce your annual running costs by 50-80%?
"As 2019 draws to a close, I have been looking back and thinking about what has been achieved over the past year as well as looking forward to 2020 with keen anticipation." Hannes Behacker, our MD, shares his reflections on 2019 and edding Tech’s ambitions for the new year.
Pricing or sticker guns are the staple of many small and mid-sized manufacturing companies. But the ongoing consumable cost of a sticker gun versus an edding Thermal Inkjet (TIJ) printer can be significantly higher.
Are you a small to medium-sized organisation producing less than 10 million products per annum and want to reduce your annual costs? Are you a large company producing more than 10 million products per annum and want a more efficient, simple coding process?
In a detailed breakdown in 4 scenarios, we analyse precisely which technology costs how much, including all cost, Opex and Capex.
Choose a material, and watch how we set up an edding compact printer in a few minutes and print on an item of your choice.