Definition of an Automatic Label Applicator (In Less Than 100 Words)

Definition of an Automatic Label Applicator (In Less Than 100 Words)

100 Words or Less | 1 October 2018

Posted by Nate Brown

Definition of an automatic label applicator (in under 100 words)

An automatic label applicator is a system designed to automatically print and apply a label to an item in need of identification or tracking.

While all automatic label applicators promote time savings, they can vary in terms of operator involvement.

Automatic label applicator systems can be fully integrated into larger workflow processes to provide full automation to replace manual labelling.

Leveraged in almost all industries, the primary advantages of utilising an automatic label applicator as opposed to a manual application are those of cost savings, accuracy and throughput.

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Nate Brown

Having been with Computype since 1994 in various engineering and field service roles, Nate has much experience in the labelling and automatic identification industry. As our Vice President of Strategic Accounts, Nate works with customers all over the globe to ensure tangible & consistent business benefits are realised. Focused on cost savings, operational efficiencies, and process optimisation, Nate’s role is to help customers get the most value from their automatic identification investment. In his spare time, Nate likes to golf, travel, and spend time with family.