Print inspection investment driving sales in the pharmaceutical sector
Buckeye Business Products, a manufacturer of pressure-sensitive labels located in Cleveland, Ohio, has purchased three additional ETI Cohesio label making machines, bringing its total in use to 13.
Cohesio technology allows for the manufacture of pressure-sensitive labels in a single in-line process – printing, applying silicone and adhesive, laminating and die-cutting – resulting in a final shippable product. The new ETI machines are equipped with the Pellicut high-speed rotary die-cutting unit.
Buckeye specialises in the production and sale of blank labels, and purchased its first ETI machine in 2010. Since then its label business has steadily grown. The company stated that the ETI equipment allows it to offer its customers same day shipment on over 200 in stock label sizes at a competitive price.
Further, with the growing development of online shopping, the market for shipping labels is booming, according to Buckeye, adding that Cohesio equipment enables it to respond to the increasing demand for labels.
‘We are pleased that such a prestigious company relies on our technology; we are committed to a long-term business collaboration,’ said Maxime Bayzelon, president of ETI.