SATO UK delivers a comprehensive range of labelling and auto-identification solutions for the Retail, Industrial, Logistics, Healthcare and Government sectors. Our customers include small businesses and international companies. The SATO UK expert teams provide consultancy, development and implementation of integrated barcode systems comprising all hardware, software and consumables. All supported by SATO UK’s nationwide force of field technicians. Consumables are supplied by our own label and tag production plant which has environmentally-friendly, food and pharma accreditations and offers custom design provided by the in-house studio. In addition to manufacturing high-performance thermal printers SATO is also a market leader in handheld labellers, automatic print and apply systems and RFID technology.

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CL4NX Series

The new CL4NX offers a vast array of standard features that are unequalled by its competition. Printer setups, operation and maintenance are supremely easy and intuitive. It's Sato's first truly universal Industrial Label Printer engineered for the most demanding printing applications. It is extremely user friendly with Full Colour, Hi-Res LCD Display with on board video tutorials and printer notification bar, as well as a tool-less printhead and platen roller replacement process.

TH2 Food Labelling

The TH2 Standalone printer is compact and lightweight, and can function as a standalone smart printer with a battery and built-in keypad. The anti-microbial casing is suitable for food preparation, where hygiene control and contamination prevention are vital. Under new European Union rules, manufacturers will be required to provide particular nutritional information by December 2016. But any manufacturer that chooses to provide front-of-pack information must comply with the current EU regulation. Currently, food and drink labels often differ in the range of nutritional information provided. Currently, there is no law forcing retailers and manufacturers to display such information unless the product makes a nutritional claim. For instance, nutritional information must be on a product that claims to be 'low fat' or if vitamins or minerals have been added to the product.