With four months to go until the 2007 Smart Supply Chain Technology Show the event is shaping up to be a large one.
With over 95% of exhibition space already sold the event will be offering a broad range of technologies and solutions for anyone looking to ensure visibility and velocity for an optimised end-to-end Supply Chain.
SATO Corporation: stand S30
SATO Australia will launch a full range of thermal printers at the SSCT show including specialised models capable of wide web printing, portable printing and RFID encoding (both HF and UHF frequencies).
Also on display will be SATO’s innovative hand labelling systems together with patented RFID technology.
The company provides comprehensive after sales service for each system including the supply of labels, ribbon, card and other consumables. Ongoing service and maintenance is also available.
SATO Australia is excited to be exhibiting at the 2007 SSCT Show.
SATO Corporation of Japan has over 60 years experience providing innovative labour saving products and services.
From some of the hand held pricing labellers to thermal transfer printer, SATO has been a leader in the automatic identification industry for many years.
Early 2006, SATO took a direct presence in Australia by purchasing the worldwide barcode systems business of checkpoint meto Inc, which included factories in Australia and New Zealand.
As an existing supplier of labels, tags and bar-coding equipment, SATO saw the acquisition of checkpoint’s barcode and label business as a further step in its long term plans to expand its business outside Japan where it is seen as the market leader.
The Smart Supply Chain Technology Show will be held on the 20th and 21st of June 2007 as part of Supply Chain Week and alongside the smart conference.