SATO, a leading supplier of Auto-ID solutions, will demonstrate how its CLNX Series industrial label printer, with on-board Application Enabled Printing (AEP) technology, can streamline customer operations at the upcoming EuroCIS and LogiMAT trade fairs.

The company will present the CLNX Series, and other advanced solutions from its intelligent printing portfolio, to delegates at EuroCIS, the leading trade fair for retail technology and LogiMAT, an international exhibition for intralogistics solutions and process management.

“As we move into a new era of monitoring and optimising data, it’s increasingly important that our customers have the flexibility to customise our solutions to suit the needs of their businesses” said Laurent Lassus, General Manager Marketing and Product Management at SATO Europe.

“Application Enabled Printing allows them to do just that. By running multiple apps at the same time AEP allows a retail customer, for example, to print use-by labels relying on the printer’s internal real-time clock, in addition to calculating and printing mark-down labels using the printer’s internal product and price database.”

Delegates, at both events, will be able to find out more about the versatility of the CLNX Series printer’s capabilities for their specific industry requirements.

“The average person uses complex technology to make their life easier every day without giving it a second thought. At EuroCIS and LogiMAT, we’ll demonstrate how simple and cost-effective it is to implement this same principle in the workplace with our advanced SATO label printing technology” added Lassus.

SATO welcomes visitors to Stand C25 at EuroCIS held between 27th Feb to 1st March at Messe Düsseldorf, Germany and Stand C14 Hall 6 at LogiMAT held between 13th and 15th March at the Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre, Germany to find out more.

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About SATO

SATO (TOKYO:6287) bridges the last inch of the last mile for customers by integrating Auto-ID technologies and revolutionary materials to tag and track items, ensuring inventory visibility for improved user experience and business results. Engineering solutions that unleash the power of IoT, it provides value to customers in the form of accuracy, sustainability, labor and resource savings, reassurance and emotional connections. For the fiscal year ended March 31, 2017, it reported revenues of JPY 106,302 million (Euro 900 million*). More information about SATO can be found at or follow us on Twitter or Linked In

*Conversion is based on an average exchange rate of 1 Euro = 118.74 Japanese Yen

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