Standard Register introduces on-demand labelling for durable goods manufacturers

14 January 2014 (Last Updated January 14th, 2014 18:30)

Workflow, content and analytics solutions provider Standard Register has introduced the first on-demand labelling application that enables businesses to order UL/CUL-approved digital labels online.

Workflow, content and analytics solutions provider Standard Register has introduced the first on-demand labelling application that enables businesses to order UL/CUL-approved digital labels online.

The application combines e-commerce ordering with pre-approved inks, substrates and adhesives, automated manufacturing and robust distribution, powered by the company's SMARTworks technology.

Standard Register product marking and labelling director Mark Keeton said that the ability to order durable labels on demand allows customers to eliminate waste, reduce inventory and errors, and improve regulatory compliance.

"Now durable goods manufacturers can even afford to prototype label parts as they design new models," Keeton added.

The new solution is capable of producing label kits that support the acquisition of labels needed for an application, grouped together in one or more sheets. The company believes that this will help in reducing wasted steps and time spent searching for missing labels.

In addition, the solution automatically arranges label orders in sequence to enable efficient production cycles for digital output at Standard Register's plants in Sacramento, California and Radcliff, US.

Standard Register provides a portfolio of workflow, communications and analytics solutions to address the changing business landscape in healthcare, financial services, manufacturing and retail.