SATO to showcase integrated Auto-ID tracking and tracing solutions for logistics at LogiMAT 2015

SATO, the global manufacturer of barcode printers and labelling systems, will showcase its latest Auto-ID tracking and tracing solutions for the logistics industry at LogiMAT (hall 5, stand F09), 10 – 12 February 2015 in Stuttgart, Germany, with its partners ID.SYS and Eikona. Highlights will include SATO's new RFID-ready printer module S84-ex, the innovative CL4NX high performance thermal printer as well as wireless printers for mobile labelling applications. All these products are designed to enable logistics businesses across Europe to improve efficiency and traceability.

SATO's new S-series RFID-ready printer modules enable businesses to fulfil the most demanding labelling tasks within a production chain. Robust and easy to maintain, these OEM print engines are designed to achieve unmatched performance and usability. A versatile solution, they are suitable for a variety of applications including manufacturing, food production, bottling and warehousing.

SATO's universal CL4NX 'plug and play' RFID printer is quick to install and set up and can be easily integrated in existing systems thanks to its auto-detect function. It can handle a wide range of media including different sized labels, and features a wide head opening for easy media installation, with no ribbon core needed.

"With our broad portfolio of versatile RFID and barcode printers, we can cover most applications across a wide range of markets and LogiMat is a great opportunity to present our innovative tracking and tracing solutions to the European logistics market," says Detlev Müller, General Manager DACH, SATO Germany. "Together with our partners ID.SYS and Eikona, we provide complete RFID labelling and packaging solutions which help businesses increase efficiency, optimise internal and external logistics processes and most notably to cut costs."

For more information on SATO's solutions, visit stand F09, Hall 5, at LogiMAT or go to

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