December 10th was International Human Rights Day, an excellent opportunity to share the Markem-Imaje Labour and Human Rights Policy, a document committed to respecting and promoting internationally recognized human rights.
It’s an exciting time to be working for Markem-Imaje in Australia. I lead our direct sales team across Australia and the wider Oceania region.
We’re a large country and one of the biggest challenges is distance. Our dedicated sales teams work hard to cover large areas of the country across six territories from Perth to Brisbane and as far south as Tasmania.
As we noticed during COVID lockdowns, a global shutdown of human activity allowed air pollution to lower drastically. Each individual needs to make an effort to limit emissions, as they directly affect human health and the environment, causing climate change, air pollution, extreme weather events, and more.
Regulatory requirements for product labeling present both benefits and challenges for manufacturers. This is certainly the case for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) classification of cosmetic products such as toothpaste with medical benefits (and similar “cosmetics-related” frequent use substances or mixtures) as medical devices within its Unique Device Identification (UDI) system.
We hear a lot about CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) in and around the workplace, but many people are unaware of what we are achieving behind the scenes and who’s responsible for pushing for our ever-growing success in this specific area...
Brazil is a vibrant market packed with opportunities. Markem-Imaje is meeting the needs of our customers by combining our traditional expertise with investment in new technology writes Julio Leite, Markem-Imaje’s Regional Sales Director for Brazil and Argentina.
When considering types of print and apply labelling applicators, manufacturers face an important choice: pneumatic or electric? This decision can have an impact on areas such as speed, efficiency, production costs, and labelling precision.
Print and apply is a labeling system made up of a label printer, label handling unit, and a label applicator. It enables manufacturers to create and place labels directly onto products and product packaging. Label types can vary widely and can include barcodes, product information, tractability data, branding, and serialization.
Systech technology allows manufacturers to add a digital layer of protection to their products that is impossible to counterfeit. As it is based on an already existing mark, our innovative solution is non-additive, representing substantial cost savings.
The last two years has taught us that adaptability is a business imperative, especially if you need to respond quickly to changing market and consumer demands. Sabri Mourad, Product Division Director, Markem-Imaje explains how CIJ printing continues to provide the flexibility to meet today’s needs.
Wellness! It’s the consumer word of our times and the noun that has sold a thousand products: from vitamin supplements to fitness products and snacks. Whilst the shift over the last decade to personal wellness and hypervigilance of what we put in our bodies is well documented, less well known is the growing trend for wellness in pet products.
2022 marks the 40th anniversary of MI’s development of continuous inkjet (CIJ) printers. A four-decade journey from a small start-up who were at the forefront of a brand-new print technology, to a business with 50,000 customers around the world...
In the food and beverage sector every production line is being challenged. There are increasing demands on manufacturers to run faster and longer, minimize errors, improve sustainability and respond to consumers’ expectations for new product variants...
At Markem-Imaje we conduct business all over the globe with operations spanning sales, manufacturing and service to marketing, HR and procurement. It means that our organization of over 3,000 employees makes connections with communities in almost every region of the world.
Right now, one of the most notable consumer trends is the growing appetite for fresher produce with greater supply chain transparency. This is putting pressure on producers and suppliers to identify innovative yet cost-effective ways to package and code directly at the point of harvest.