SATO, a leading global provider of Auto-ID solutions that empower workforces and streamline operations, will present its revolutionary label printing solutions at Scandinavia’s leading logistics and transport trade fair and conference, Logistik & Transport.

SATO will demonstrate how its advanced hardware and software solutions support stable label printing operations and drive efficiency improvements for global transport and logistics enterprises by connecting the ‘Last Inch’ to labour and resource savings. 

Visitors at the event will have the opportunity to learn more about SATO Cloud-connected printing technology that ensures optimum efficiency for print operations in modern transport and logistics sector environments. On show will be SATO’s next generation industrial thermal printers CL4NX and CL6NX with RFID and NFC encoding and Application Enabled Printing (AEP) technology. 

Anders Åkesson, Area Manager for SATO Europe Nordic & Baltic, commented: “Our comprehensive printer connectivity solutions have been developed through successful partnerships with software providers such as Manhattan Associates and Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc., which enable us to deliver unparalleled efficiency for our customers in today’s fast-paced logistics environment.

“We’re excited to showcase these collaborations to Logistik & Transport 2017 visitors and discuss with them how they could benefit from the integration of SATO solutions.”

SATO’s comprehensive offer at the event will include the WS4, a new affordably-priced compact desktop label printer; linerless labels, a sustainable solution that helps to reduce carbon footprint, and SATO
product coding solutions optimised for use with DataLase coding and marking laser-reactive colour change technology. DataLase technology delivers financial savings, environmental benefits and enhanced marketing capabilities for end users.

SATO will be in booth A03:40 at Logistik & Transport, which takes place on 7th and 8th November at the Svenska Mässan Swedish Exhibition and Congress Centre in Gothenburg.

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