UK-based inkjet and laser printing specialist Domino Printing Sciences has added the M220 off-shelf pallet labeller to its M-Series range of print and apply labellers.

Designed to suit a variety of different applications, the M220 meets tertiary labelling requirements within a diverse range of packaging lines.

The labeller features a new tamp head with 180° movement, which allows labels to be applied on up to two adjacent sides of the pallet, reducing lead times.

The M220 is available in aluminium and stainless steel versions. Label check scanners and a climate control unit are available as options.

Domino secondary packaging product manager Peter Lister said that the company aims to be responsive and answer the packaging sector’s needs.

"We designed the M220 as a versatile solution for palletising applications and we believe it will exceed our customers’ expectations," he said.

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Designed for secondary and tertiary packaging processes, the M-Series comprises a range of products that provide high-standard label coding solutions.

Image: New M220 off-shelf pallet labeller. Photo: courtesy of Domino Printing Sciences plc.