Monthly Archives: October 2013

Barcode printer market analysis released.

October 22, 2013
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Barcode printer market analysis released.

It was reported in “Barcode News” this week that a study has taken place on the barcode printer on the global market. The research was primarily set up to analyse key market drivers and any restraints or challenges that may be present. The study took into consideration desktop, industrial and portable printers within sectors...

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Adding effective colour to your barcodes

October 18, 2013
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Adding effective colour to your barcodes

The traditional vision of a 1D barcode seen on supermarket shelves is a rectangle that is composed of black vertical lines on a white background with various indecipherable numbers underneath. It looks pretty boring and so it has become very much invisible to the shoppers eye unless they need to pass it to the...

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Spotlight on the Toshiba TEC B-EX4T2

October 15, 2013
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Looking to upgrade your industrial barcode label printer? The Toshiba TEC B-EX4T2 has been designed  to be especially powerful in a range of  modern industrial environments and makes any move to more superior technology swift and simple, as it will free your business from legacy restraints. Longest thermal ribbon in the marketplace The Toshiba...

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Asda introduces fast 360 degree barcode scan

October 8, 2013
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Asda introduces fast 360 degree barcode scan

There is always something new in the barcode world. It seems that the aim of technology is to make things smaller and faster. In the retail industry fast checkouts are essential and over the last few years we have had some really cool innovations that have worked well and others we have have cursed....

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Barcodes should be black white and…green

October 1, 2013
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Barcodes should be black white and…green

Yes I’m talking conservation here.  For a long time the traditional site of the black and white stripped barcodes have been a comforting and familiar sight on shop shelves and packaging. As a community we are all trying to find new ways to save energy, recycle, and enhance sustainability. Strangely enough if we use...

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