The inkjet color printer VP700, designed by VIPColor is now available. Thanks to the Memjet ink jet technology, this printer is able to print high quality colors with variable content at an incredible speed.
Flexible, efficient and fast. The fastest color label printer of its kind with impressive results.
Offers all the advantages of custom printing.
IMS offers many models of print and apply labellers from NITA and AutoLabe, leading manufacturers of equipment for the packaging and industrial labelling industry.
IMS is pleased to introduce the B-EX4T desktop label printer from Toshiba. This new printer features high end performance, with fast print speeds and many standard features.
IMS is pleased to offer heat-shrink sleeve labels, from initial design right through production. These labels can catapult your brand and make your products stand out.
From the new range of Zebra ZT200 printers, the ZT230 label printer offers unrivalled performance in precision, durability and printing quality.
Microbreweries and craft beers often stand out by their original labels and packaging, amusing and easily distinguishable. These labels emphasize the original, rare and special side of these beverages, often produced in small quantities and affect customers more and more. A recent study by Mintel says sales of “craft beers” are expected to be up to 20 billion dollars in 2014, which means that sales have doubled in just five years. The motivations for the decision to buy a craft beer are logical: a beer made by a small producer, often local, which is a change from the usual big bran
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