Imaje restructures to meet new coding challenges

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Imaje, one of the worlds largest coding companies, operating with over 30 wholly-owned subsidiaries, 52 distributors and present in over 100 countries worldwide has recently restructured the UK business as part of the re-focus on the rapidly changing UK market. The new company organisation allows Imaje UK to meet the ever-changing solution orientated market, which now includes all the major coding technologies.

Imaje has always been at the forefront of coding technologies and today we are a true multi product coding company that designs and manufactures each coding technology including ink jet, laser, print and apply and in line thermal transfer explained Steve Ellison, UK Operations Manager (pictured left). Last year we launched the Red Dot Award winning Imaje 2000 print and apply system followed by the feature rich Imaje 9000 range of small character ink jet printers earlier this year. With the restructuring, it has enabled us to create a stable platform for future launches of our innovative products.

Imaje is seen as the innovator within the coding market. We were the first coding company to restructure back in the early 1990s closely followed by our competitors. This allowed Imaje to diversify its product range to meet the customers emerging coding needs resulting in good growth and satisfied customers explained Steve. The restructure has enabled Imaje to focus on the current market requirements which has resulted in continued sales success, securing strategic sales in the FMCG and Direct Part Marking Industries.

Since business was commenced in 1982, Imaje, a wholly owned subsidiary of the American company, Dover Corporation, has been extremely successful in its chosen markets: industrial coding, traceability and document personalization. Our products can be found operating worldwide in a range of applications and operate in numerous business sectors including food, beverage, logistics and warehousing, ticketing outlets, mailing and graphics, electronics, aerospace and many more.

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