Matthews Australasia will demonstrate its full range of traceability solutions at AUSPACKPLUS 2013, at the Sydney Showgrounds from 7 to 10 May.
According to General Manager of Operations Mark Dingley, AUSPACKPLUS has always provided a platform for them to talk to customers and demonstrate their solutions to potential customers. The demonstrations go a long way in helping people understand how they can streamline their product ID processes.
The AUSPACKPLUS 2013 show will feature the newly launched Linx CJ400 along with a few new products that will enhance their product offering and add value to customers. These technologies include iDSnet Enterprise and iDSnet Manager reporting software, small character continuous inkjet coders, thermal transfer over printers, lasers, large character drop-on-demand printers, label applicators and label print applicators (LPA).
Matthews Australasia will also be showing their range of machine vision technologies and capability to check packaging quality. Their iQVision technologies include a range of vision systems for inspection, guidance, identification, measurement, tracking and counting across a host of industries.
The Chameleon Bar is a highlight of the Matthews Australasia stand where visitors can join the company’s team at 3:30pm each day to discuss the latest in manufacturing trends and best practice.
Mark adds that the company has always done well at the AUSPACKPLUS show, having won Best New Product in 2007 for the fibre YAG laser coder, again in 2009 for its Australian-developed iDSnet traceability software, and then taking out the APPMA Design Achievement Award for iDSnet in 2011.
Matthews is also running a promotion for visitors to win one of three iPads at AUSPACKPLUS 2013.
Matthews will be exhibiting on stand 172 at AUSPACK PLUS 2013.