Tesco, the UK's largest grocery retailer, has selected a mobile printing solution from Zebra Technologies to increase flexibility, keep queuing to a minimum and help continue its improvement in efficiency on the shop floor.
Print and Label Technology, Portable printers, Barcode Printing
IT Reseller news covering Barcode Printing and Labelling technology, portable/mobile printing ,thermal transfer/direct thermal transfer printing, bar code labels & labelling technology, RFID Smart label printing/encoding, bar code standards, barcode scanning, Auto ID, RFDC, smart card, magnetic stripe, 2-D symbology, biometrics and matrix code.
Nov 24, 2004 Comments (0)
The MT-150 offers performance printing for retail and hospitality applications.
Nov 23, 2004 Comments (0)
The printer applicator provides the facility to write RFID tags as well as printing traditional thermal labels, both of which can then be applied directly to the outer case or pallet by the applicator whilst travelling along a conveyor line.
Nov 19, 2004 Comments (0)
The Pebble has changed its line and look; it has gained power and performance and reached an unmatched level of finish.
Nov 17, 2004 Comments (0)
4-inch printing from belt wearable printers with new high speed communication for IrDA, Bluetooth and 802.11b.
Nov 17, 2004 Comments (0)
SATO is a leader in barcode printing since introducing the first thermal transfer barcode printer and the company just recently built on its leadership position by providing industry's first, complete multi-protocol RFID solutions offering.
Nov 12, 2004 Comments (0)
Maxa Technologies plc (Maxatec), leading provider of receipt and label printing products, has supplied ANC with Cognitive Advantage (TM) printers to speed up the parcel labelling process in ANC's depots across the UK and around the world.
Nov 09, 2004 Comments (0)
SATO Europe , a leader in barcode printing since introducing the first thermal transfer barcode printer, is delighted to announce the appointment of Mr. Vittorio de Pascale as Country Manager Italy.
Epson delivers new impact document printer specifically designed for the banking industry and public sector
Nov 08, 2004 Comments (0)
Epson's 24-pin impact document printer, the Epson PLQ-20 is ideal for applications such as passbook and visa printing, saving book printing, tickets and registration documents, making it the ideal printer for building societies, banks, embassies, registration offices, ticket offices and schools.
Nov 04, 2004 Comments (0)
The Design for Windows logo helps customers identify products that deliver high-quality computing experience with the Microsoft Windows XP operating system.