Industry movers and shakers gathered in London last week for Food Vision discussing the some of the hottest trends and issues affecting the industry today. Here are some highlights if you couldn't be there.
Linx Printing Technologies, whose customers include drinks manufacturer Fruitapeel, The Gourmet Nut Company and Thorntons chocolate, claims to be ‘breaking new ground’ by launching a portable entry-level CIJ (Continuous Ink Jet) printer.
Domino Amjet has launched the A420i inkjet printer for coding and marking in food processing and packaging operations, and other heavy-duty jobs and has been designed to minimise preventative maintenance.
Increased production throughput and positioning versatility to minimize changeovers are claims made by the manufacturers for a printing system for horizontal-form-fill-seal (HFFS) and IV forming machines.
An entry-level version of the Wolke m600 thermal ink jet printer is solvent-free has been designed for users who require fast, quality coding on cartons, labels and cases without some of the more sophisticated features of the advanced model, says is UK...