iSys Label, Canadian developer and manufacturer of short to mid run digital label printers, is pleased to announce a partnership with UniNet as OEM of their label printing technology. This agreement went into effect September 1st, authorizes UniNet to distribute the line of printers throughout their global network as the iColor™ 700 and 900. In addition to the sale of these products, UniNet will also provide full service, support, and carry stock of the consumables for the label printing equipment.
Designed for in-house production of labels, these short to mid run digital label printers are renowned for printing single-pass, die-cut label labels on demand - making it easy to go from printer to applicator in one step. With media width ranges of 3 to 12.9 inches and lengths up to 1200 feet per roll, they make light work of printing on self-adhesive label stock, tag stock, and approved films/synthetics. These roll to roll digital printers are compact enough to fit in any office environment and greatly complement existing workflows and other print technologies.
Randy Rickert, Director of iSys Label, commented “As the demand increases for our short to mid run label printer line, it’s becoming more crucial for us to work with larger strategic partners to reach end-users in a more effective and efficient way. With UniNet’s extensive history in the print industry and established distribution network, we believe they will add a large amount of value throughout the chain and we look forward to creating an even stronger partnership in the near future.”
In the recent months UniNet has joined the iSys Label team at Labelexpo Americas and Graph Expo, which both took place in Chicago last month. Joe Dovi, COO & Executive Vice President of UniNet, said “we are so excited to bring on this new line of printers which is a perfect complement to our growing range of iColor printers and services.”
UniNet will be showing the iColor™ 700 and 900 digital label printers at upcoming trade shows including Pack Expo, West Pack, Packaging Innovations, Graphics of the Americas, and many others in the forthcoming year.