Domino introduces the A420i CIJ printer
Along with the new printer, Domino Printing to bring “Best Practices in Brewery Date Coding” to 2015 Brewer’s Conference.
April 7, 2015
by Canadian Packaging staff
Gurnee, IL—Domino Printing will provide live demonstrations and a presentation of “Best Practices in Brewery Date Coding” to the rapidly-growing craft brewing industry at the Craft Brewers Conference and Brew Expo America co-April 14-17, 2015 in Portland, OR.
At Booth #1504, Domino will introduce its A420i CIJ (continuous inkjet printer) through live demonstrations allowing brewing industry professionals to observe the equipment first-hand.
Visitors to the booth will also have opportunity to discuss their unique date and lot coding challenges with Domino experts, who can provide analysis and recommend solutions.
Beyond the booth, Domino’s beverage industry experts business development manager George Allen and regional sales manager Jack McMahon will lead a 45-minute presentation highlighting, “Best Practices in Brewery Date Coding: Cans, Bottles and Cartons” on Thursday, April 16 at 11:00 a.m. in BrewExpo Exhibit Hall.
Allen and McMahon will share their experience delivering solutions for printing date, lot and batch codes on cans, bottles, kegs and cartons through case studies referencing successful installations at Firestone Walker Brewery and Victory Brewing Company.
The growing craft beer industry is triggering growing demands for reliable, quality coding solutions. Under the Bioterrorism Act, all breweries are required to insure traceability of their beer.
“We are seeing a trend where our customers need the flexibility to date code on varying types of beverage containers, such as 12-ounce, 22-ounce and 750-milliliter bottles,” states Allen. “Domino has solutions for these types of challenges.”
Domino’s solutions come with experience Allen assures.
“Domino has been working in the beverage industry for over 35 years. We are happy to work with breweries of all sizes, because we are passionate about—and very good at—what we do,” he explains.
“Domino can meet various needs for date, lot and bar coding for brewers at all stages of development, from well-established companies with national or international distribution to those that have just recently entered the market.”
Since1978, Domino has established a reputation for the development and manufacture of coding/printing technologies that meet the needs of manufacturers and set new industry standards for quality and reliability. With a global network of 25 subsidiary offices and over 200 distributors, Domino sells in over 120 countries and offers extensive customer support. The group employs 2,150 people worldwide with manufacturing facilities situated in U.K., China, Germany, India, Sweden and U.S. For further information on Domino, please visit www.domino-na.com.
About Craft Brewers Conference & Brew Expo America
Presented by the Brewers Association, the Craft Brewers Conference is the largest industry event. Thousands of brewing industry professionals from the across the country will gather from April 14-17, 2015 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland for nearly 80 seminars focusing on topics including sustainability, sales, packaging and export development, along with daily receptions, brewery tours and hospitalities. The conference also includes BrewExpo America, the nation’s largest trade show for the craft brewing industry, featuring more than 575 of the top vendors in the industry. For more information, visit www.CraftBrewersConference.com.