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Linx delivers long-term benefits for dairy company

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Asia, The Middle East, Israel, Eating, Drinking, Beverages - Non-Alcoholic, Milk, Dairy Based Drinks, Primary Packaging, Jars, Pots, Caps, Lids, Closure Components, Seals, Machinery, Printing, Labelling Machinery, Tree Derivatives, Paper, Printing

Reliability and low cost of ownership are key factors in the success of two Linx 7900 CIJ (continuous ink jet) printers incorporating head traversing units which are printing 40,000 yogurt pots every hour at leading Israeli dairy company Tnuva Eilon Tavor.

The recently-installed printers are the latest in over 100 Linx machines that are in operation at Tnuva sites across Israel as part of a long-standing 14 year partnership between the company and Linx’s Israeli distributor International Process Equipment Ltd (IPE).

The 7900 models are working in conjunction with an Erca Form Fill Seal machine providing two lines of code – best before date and printing time – onto the printed paper lids.

Advanced QuickSwitch® software allows fast, time-saving changeovers between products or messages, with simple automated set-up, and the printer’s SureFill® system ensures mistake-proof refills 

In addition, Linx PrintSync® enables automatic print format selection, using the line speed to provide the best possible print quality.

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  • Modified 15 Nov 2016
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