Domino Printing Sciences (Domino), presented its sustainable manufacturing solutions at Interpack. The event, which took place from 4-10 May 2023 in Düsseldorf, Germany, is the platform for showcasing the latest technological innovations in the packaging and processing sector.
Domino’s exhibition space offers solutions designed to accompany manufacturers on their «journey to zero», aiming to achieve zero coding errors, zero product waste, zero unplanned downtime and zero unnecessary investment, helping to drive sustainable measures in production environments.
«Interpack is an opportunity to share with the public how our technology is helping manufacturers focus on waste reduction and energy efficiency through production optimisation,» said Adem Kulauzovic, Director of Automation at Domino. «Digital printing and coding and marking solutions may not be the first thing that comes to mind when a company is looking for ways to make manufacturing more efficient. However, they can greatly increase the accuracy and agility of production lines.»
Domino came to Interpack with a portfolio of complementary solutions – from product printing to automation, handling and verification – aimed at reducing the hidden causes of waste generation during manufacturing, while helping to preserve value for end consumers and the brand.
At the Domino stand, visitors were able to get an up-close look at the latest in printing solutions on paper, plastic, metal and a variety of new and improved substrates. Product printing solutions available on the stand included:
Domino’s ribbon, ink and laser-based technologies for printing on new recyclable mono-material packaging films are designed to help manufacturers looking to reduce their impact by choosing sustainable packaging materials.
Domino’s secondary packaging printing solutions – which help manufacturers reduce the demand for pre-printed labels and cartons – include thermal inkjet, piezo inkjet and label printing and application technologies.
Both primary and secondary technologies can be seen in operation with Domino’s R-Series coding automation and code inspection systems, which are complementary to each other and work together to automate code application and verification, helping to reduce the risk of coding errors from manual application and excess product waste.