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Print-apply labellers set durability record

After almost 20 years in service, the last of six 1992 vintage Logopak print-apply case labelling machines are being replaced at convenience food manufacturer Symington’s, Leeds, creating a new durability record for the German-built machinery.

“A service life of 12-15 years is quite common for Logopak print-apply machines, but the extended life obtained by Symington’s is a record and also reflects the consistent maintenance from the company’s in-house engineering team,” say Logopak sales director Howard Jagger.

The old Logopak 806 case labellers – among the first integrated, purpose designed print-apply machines to be built – are now being phased out and replaced with Logopak’s new state-of-the-art 515 machines, able to provide the higher speeds required as well as full networking and self-diagnostic facilities.

“Logopak labellers have proved extremely reliable and durable while, throughout their long life, we could always depend on a high level of service and support,” said Symington’s process engineer.

“We examined the market closely before choosing Logopak again and concluded that the proven reliability would provide a cost-effective alternative to lower priced systems.”

The company was founded in 1837 by William Symington when he invented dry soup and now produces a number of major brands including Campbell’s dry products, Quash powdered drinks, and Aunt Bessie’s mixes as well as own label sauces and soups for principal retailers.

Logopak International Limited

Tel: 01904 692333


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