Domino to demonstrate ‘Factory of the Future’ solutions at Interpack
Domino Printing Sciences will appear at Interpack 2020 to demonstrate smart, connected factory solutions for producing customised, on-demand, innovative products, while ensuring that customer safety, compliance, and waste reduction remain top priorities.
Domino’s event space will provide visitors the opportunity to meet with industry experts and explore topics such as: using automated coding solutions to reduce errors on product packaging, adopting late-stage label customisation to improve production efficiency and partnering with Domino to meet sustainable packaging targets.
Domino’s coding automation software can be integrated with existing ERP and MES systems to handle product message changeover and work in unison with external vision systems for message validation.
Adem Kulauzovic, director of Coding Automation at Domino, said: “Having the ability to transmit and share data between systems and software providers is essential for factories looking to maximise their efficiency. It’s important to find a partner, like Domino, that has experience in integrating systems, and working together with other companies and integrators easily and efficiently.”
Domino will be giving demonstrations at Interpack of its coding automation software, QuickDesign.
Domino’s options for late-stage customisation offer increased control over product identification and coding, allowing manufacturers to easily adapt to smaller batch sizes, tighter lead times, and changing packaging concepts.
“Our options for late-stage customisation allow manufacturers to meet more of their product identification and coding requirements within the factory walls,” said Craig Stobie, director of Domino’s Global Sector Business. “Shifting reliance from an external packaging provider allows our customers to have more line agility to respond more easily to evolving consumer demands, while driving down costs and reducing packaging waste.”
Attendees of Interpack are invited to speak one-on-one with experts in materials science at Domino’s central sustainability ‘hub’, to discuss how to mitigate some of the risks involved in sustainable packaging design.
Dr Susan Palmer, Domino’s head of Global Pre-Sales, said: “It’s important to remember that any change in packaging materials can have a significant impact on the reliability, durability, and legibility of codes.
“Domino’s technical specialists work very closely with customers to source and test new and improved sustainable packaging materials, in order to determine the best coding and marking solution available.”
Domino Printing Sciences will be in Hall 8B, Booth C41 from 7th–13th May at Interpack 2020. As well as having the opportunity to discuss customer-specific requirements with Domino’s team, visitors can expect to get a first look at some of Domino’s exciting new ink- and laser-based systems (including Domino’s new industry 4.0 ready thermal inkjet printer), for printing on paper, plastic, metal, and a whole range of new and improved recycled and recyclable substrates.
Featured photo is of Domino’s new product range.