Domino to showcase seven new products at PACK Expo International as result of $130-million research and development initiative.
October 9, 2014
by Canadian Packaging Staff
GURNEE, IL—After years of research, development and $130-million dollars invested, Domino will unveil the results of their dedicated innovation efforts at PACK EXPO International in Chicago November 2-5, 2014.
Domino will showcase a total of seven new products including the North American debut of their revolutionary A520i Continuous Inkjet printer. The A520i features innovations yet to be seen in Domino’s A-series continuous ink jet printers including a marine grade stainless steel exterior, three- stage fluid management system (offering the lowest consumable consumption) and a remote user interface TouchPanel.
Domino continuous ink jet product marketing manager James Shippen says the flexible design and consistent performance are considerable advantages in the design of the A520i. “The ability to integrate the user interface anywhere along the production line is a considerable advantage in complex work environments,” he explains.
“Also, the robust cabinet and the presence of a plenum airflow cooling system ensure optimum functionality no matter how challenging the surroundings, whether they are hot, cold, wet or dry.”
In addition to the A520i, Domino will present product design innovations to the Thermal Ink Jet G- Series, Laser D-Series, Laser F-Series, Print and Apply M-Series, Continuous Ink Jet C-Series and Thermal Transfer Overprinter V-Series.
A total of seven new products will be available for inspection throughout a booth tour with live demonstrations by Domino’s expert product managers.
Domino will be hosting live demonstrations at the show at booth #3502, South Hall.
Domino’s tireless dedication to research and development has been driven largely by the demand to develop technologies able to meet new stringent pharmaceutical standards. Domino launched Coding for Compliance, an educational campaign to address the challenges and deadlines of legislative requirements within pharmaceutical manufacturing, and will expand those Coding for Compliance efforts to food and beverage sectors at PACK EXPO International.
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, please visit www.domino-na.com.
PACK EXPO International is the event that defines the latest innovations in the processing and packaging industry. With more than 2,000 exhibiting companies on a show floor spanning 1.2 million net square feet and more than 45,000 industry professionals from over 40 vertical markets, PACK EXPO International is the ultimate place to experience technology in action, explore what’s possible and encounter ingenious ideas from other markets. PMMI has joined forces with ISPE to introduce Pharma EXPO 2014, which will co-locate with PACK EXPO International at McCormick Place in Chicago. Combined, the two shows will draw more than 2,000 exhibitors and 50,000 attendees. For more information, visit www.packexpo.com.