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Balreed to host Print Workshops and Seminars at Business 2012 Event

Business 2012 is a new event taking place at London’s O2 on the 18th, 19th and 20th March. Confirmed headline speakers include Sir Richard Branson and Lord Alan Sugar, two of the UK’s most respected and well-known entrepreneurs, and the whole event is designed to provide business leaders with the opportunity to learn how to grow and develop their organisation.

There is a huge programme of workshops and seminars at the event and Balreed will be exclusively hosting the official printing solution workshops and seminars for the thousands of visitors that are expected. Our workshops will cover 4 key areas:

Workshop 1: Print strategies for new business
Workshop 2: Optimising your print infrastructure
Workshop 3: Managed Print Services
Workshop 4: The commercial advantage of a print strategy

In addition on stand B34 and B44 Balreed will be showing live demonstrations of the latest print management, scanning and print workflow systems as well as explaining how Balreed’s Managed Print Services can help businesses control the cost of printing.

Gary Downey, Group Marketing Director at Balreed, said: “Being part of Business 2012 is very exciting as it gives us a great opportunity to show how Balreed can help new start-ups and more mature businesses control their costs whilst optimising their print capabilities.”

“How a business produces and manages documents should be a crucial consideration for any organisation, especially in the current climate, but surprisingly it is so often over-looked by business leaders. Through our exclusive workshops and seminars, visitors to Business 2012 can learn the many commercial benefits of a print strategy, assess how well they are currently performing in this area and what good looks like, and follow simple steps to optimise the infrastructure they have already. We have seen a massive growth in interest in our Managed Print Services and Remote Managed Print Services so we will also host workshops dedicated to these in which we will explain what an MPS is and how an organisation can use an MPS strategy to gain a real competitive advantage.” Balreed’s workshops and seminars have been tailored to suit any size or type of business and a full schedule of what takes place each day can be found on the Business 2012 site: http://www.business2012.com.

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Try before you buy with South East Labels

South East Labels (SEL), the West Sussex label provider, now allows customers to try out products before purchasing them. This marketing initiative allows interested buyers to test the quality of a product before finalising a purchase.

Storeowners are often hesitant to upgrade their labelling systems, because there is no guarantee that a newer system will be more expedient. This leaves cashiers with out-dated scanners and verifiers that rarely scan on the first attempt.

Annoyed customers are then forced to stand in long queues waiting for the faulty system to register a reading – a problem most evident in grocery stores where it’s possible for a single customer to purchase over 100 items, which must each be scanned individually.

SEL’s “try before you buy” approach to labelling products removes the risk of upgrading to a system that’s incompatible with a storeowner’s needs. If storeowners are unhappy with the quality of a product, then they can try another or simply retain the system that they have.

When it comes to label manufacturers UK companies rarely offer such a transparent approach to sales. But the people at SEL are confident that their products work, and they express this belief by allowing potential buyers to try new items.

It is likely that more label companies will follow SEL’s lead in the near future. Customers like to know what they are buying, and this is especially relevant when the efficiency of their businesses is at stake.

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Small Businesses Have Printing Needs Met

South East Labels is focused on providing professional printing equipment to small businesses in 2012. Small companies starting up in the New Year will find accessible labelling and printing systems on offer from this label manufacturer. Based in West Sussex, it has been providing such services and equipment across the country since 1988.

As well as selling top brands’ products, South East Labels manufactures labels and can provide small businesses with a range of solutions to their printing needs. Retail businesses will find their barcode and scanning prayers answered!

The process is simple. Once GS1 UK has provided you with the numbers for your products, South East Labels can then do the label printing for you and provide all the barcode labels you require. Minimum fuss and maximum ease. For businesses that would like to manage the process in-house, South East Labels can also supply all the blank labels, label printers and software necessary.

Barcodes need to be printed professionally in order to be read properly by scanners. This is where South East Labels comes in. Staff members have years of experience in manufacturing labels, and therefore know all the tricks of the trade. These include printing barcode labels in the ‘picket fence’ style for high quality scans, and leaving enough blank space around the barcodes for interference-free scanning.

All of this detail can be daunting for new businesses, which is why South East Labels’ service is becoming more and more popular. Rather than having to do it all themselves, start-ups can take advantage of the expertise on offer. By concentrating on manufacturing labels for small businesses, South East Labels is making 2012 the year to simplify your printing process by placing it in experts’ hands.

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South East Labels Provides Extensive Labelling Solutions

Label supplier South East Labels now offers a full range of labelling systems to cater for demands across the industry.

South East Labels extensive range of labelling systems and products includes ink labels and digital printing, hot foil labels, security and asset tracking labels, cryogenic and antimicrobial labels, barcodes and bubble badges.

South East Labels can produce printed rolls suitable for thermal transfer and thermal direct systems as well as coloured/printed labels manufactured by a variety of methods and range of materials. Pre-printed sheet labels are also available to order for inkjet/printers. Their comprehensive range of services include: standard and custom sizing options, numerous materials including, paper and synthetics such as polyester, clear polypropylene, ultra-destructible, tamperproof, laminated, waterproof, ‘void’ and perforated, many different adhesives including permanent, peelable, easypeel, watersoluble, freezer and chill perm.

If you have a particular labelling requirement, it is best to start off with some advice and samples from a supplier. South East Labels manufacture samples and labels from the highest quality material, which is of particular importance if the labels are to be over-printed by thermal transfer or thermal direct printers and for the successful scannig of bar codes.

South East Labels can offer customers advice on choosing a labelling system to best suit their requirements. For scanning or verifying equipment the company gives demonstrations of the most suitable models for each job.

For the use of thermal transfer ribbons South East Labels can help source and test your materials. To get the best from your chosen system, ribbons must be compatible with your labels. Access to many types of ribbons and face papers is paramount. South East Labels provides Label Converters that can produce plain and clear labels on rolls suitable for all makes of thermal transfer printers to ensure the highest quality finish.

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South East Labels Ready for Christmas Rush

Label manufacturer South East Labels today confirms that it is ready for the Christmas retail rush – with Christmas always proving to be the busiest time of year for retailers. For giftware and confectionary retailers in particular, this often proves to be especially so. . So this year, more than ever, it is important that retailers and their suppliers are ready for the big Christmas rush.

Being ready for Christmas requires retailers to have responsive and professional suppliers on hand to deliver the goods and services they need. South East Labels is a reliable and experienced supplier to the retail trade. The company always works to a quick turnaround, supplying labels and labelling equipment to help their retail customers label-up efficiently and achieve those all-important Christmas shopping purchases.

The company website – Southeastlabels.co.uk – includes a huge selection of labels and labelling equipment Custom-made products and products not listed online are available for order too – so it’s always a good idea to call if you can’t find what you need. All products come with quick turnaround and delivery times.

Featured products this month include the Image TTP247 plus series of fantastic desk top label printers with professional labelling software included as standard. This is the new and updated version of the best-selling line of desk top label printers, with enhanced electronics and fast label processing – great for printing barcodes and QR codes. All Image printers are supplied complete with LabelDirect software, giving you all the tools you need to produce print performance that can’t be beaten.

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Green Fingers Get Sticky With Innovative New Labels

South East Labels, a Sussex-based labelling supply company, has introduced a new product line aimed at the horticultural market.

According to a spokesman, “Our ‘Loop Lock’ and ‘Stick-in’ labels are ideal for labelling your trees, shrubs and pots. We will be adding more horticultural products in the near future.”

Made from tough and resistant polypropylene, the ‘Loop Lock’ labels are almost impossible to tear. Also known as ‘Loop Holds’ or ‘Tree Ties’, the labels are supplied plain and can be printed on, using a thermal transfer printer, or simply written on, using a permanent marker. Because there is no adhesive, either side can be printed or written on. ‘Loop Locks’ are supplied in rolls of 1,000 and are available in two measurements: 25mm x 229mm or 25mm x 191mm.

‘Stick-ins’, also known as plant pot labels or pot markers, are made from 300-micron-thick polypropylene and are designed to withstand the rigors of British weather. ‘Stick-ins’ are supplied plain, allowing gardeners to print on them, using either a thermal transfer printer or a permanent marker.

These new additions further bolster the company’s impressive range of horticultural products. Interested consumers can try a free sample of polypropylene, ‘Loop Lock’ or ‘Stick-in’ labels by contacting the company via its website.

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Feeling Artistic? Design Your Company Labels

Do you feel that your business or company needs that extra touch of class to stand out from the many competitors in the market? Little details such as improved and personalised labels can be the kind of features that would sway a customer to purchase your product. The best way to get labels exactly the way you want them is to actually design them yourself.

Making your labels on a computer needn’t be the laborious or artistic challenge that many may think. There’s some excellent software on the market at the moment which is built to give even the most inexperienced among us the chance to design something. After you’ve chosen how your labels look, you don’t have to wait around for them to be sent to you in the post as you can just print what you want when you want.

The market is full of design software which can cater for these kinds of needs, but there are two programmes which are particularly accessible and come highly recommended. These are EnLabel which is a Windows label designer which comes with many features as well as Batender Basic and Pro which supports multiple label designing and much more. Both of these packages are available from South East Labels and are competitively priced – at £359.00 and £190.00 respectively.

These top of the range software programmes are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what is on offer at South East Labels. Customers can also pick up everything else that they might require to design, print and use their own unique labels with scanners, verifiers, rewind units, applicators and printers all available.

Whilst you are pursuing for your next piece of software or barcode printer at South East Labels it is worth baring in mind that South East Labels also work as a direct label manufacturer and you can order labels which will be sent out to you in the post. There is a huge array of different styles and materials to choose form including barcode, hot foil, asset tracking and Made In.. labels. Check out all of this and more on the website.

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South Coast Labels Urge Better Info Management

South East Labels expects a continuing growth in demand for barcode and scanning equipment for information management purposes. Just a quick glance at recent news stories will explain why.

The phone hacking scandal that has sunk the News of the World Newspaper and besieged News International is an example of what can happen in complex organisations with poor data management and retrieval systems. The problems at New International have been exacerbated by alleged criminal activity, and the scandal inflamed by lackadaisical, if not corrpupt, internal and police investigations.

However, the underlying story is one of a commercial organisation struggling to manage the volume of information for which they are responsible and which will shed light on their business performance. In terms of the metropolitan police, the picture may simply be one of a failure to prioritise the time-consuming job of sifting documentary evidence.

That job now falls to Lord Justice Levenson who will head a judicial enquiry into phone hacking scandal and into media regulation generally. His job will be even more complex as, in addition to the mountains of documents from News International, there is likely to be hundreds of transcripts of interviews and statements to consider.

A process such as this can only be managed by barcoding packets of incoming documents, scanning them, and linking the storage location to a database which will enable easy retrieval and eventual archiving. South East Labels has experience of such systems being a trusted supplier of barcode printers and scanners.

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CDL Repeats Green IT Awards Success

Leading IT disposal company CDL has triumphed for the second year in a row at the Green IT Awards, winning Recycling Project Of The Year in recognition of a highly successful strategy devised for The Co-operative Travel.

CDL helped to refresh 1,900 systems for the travel industry giant by devising an effective scheme to collect old computer equipment and deliver new hardware, by visiting multiple sites in close proximity on a daily rota. CDL’s security-cleared drivers and vehicular satellite tracking ensured that data security was not compromised.

The ingenious project not only produced fantastic results for The Co-operative Travel, but also succeeded in attaining CDL’s environmental objectives.

The delivery and collection schedule created by CDL reduced the projected timescale of the overhaul by six weeks and cut anticipated fuel use by an enormous 500 per cent (approximately), slashing both the expected cost and carbon dioxide emissions.

CDL Director Jean-Pierre Naylor said: “We are thrilled to be honoured by the Green IT Awards for a second year and proud of our achievements with regard to this project.

“As well as making huge savings in fuel and pollution, we were able to refurbish and reuse 100 per cent of equipment collected from The Co-operative Travel – and we also reused all packaging. We were so pleased with the outcome that we have implemented the project’s principles in our daily business practices, which also include printer recycling.”

Demonstrating the kind of innovative thinking that has led the company to awards success, CDL also used the opportunity to experiment with cutting motorway speeds by 5 per cent, which resulted in a fuel saving of 12 per cent.

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HP Announces New Appointment for Carl Boustany

HP announced that Carl Boustany has been appointed HP IHPS segment specialist for Middle East, Mediterranean (Turkey and Greece) and Africa (MEMA).

Based in Dubai, Boustany will provide support for the IHPS team within the MEMA region, promoting the HP T200 and the T300 Inkjet Web Presses. Following the success of these products in Europe, Boustany’s role will be to further increase sales for IHPS and boost the conversion of analogue to digital in this region.

“The digital printing industry is growing rapidly and there is great potential for the adoption of Inkjet Web Press technology in MEMA. I wanted to be a part of a company that is at the forefront of driving this growth,” said Boustany. “I felt that this role would be a great opportunity and I’m really looking forward to providing this region with the technology it needs. Over the coming months, I will be looking for new business partners to support the developments planned and the growth of this market.”

Boustany has spent 15 years in product and sales management within the printing industry and by taking his new role at HP, he was looking to further develop his experience and learn more about digital technology.

“I believe there are exciting times ahead as this is a new side of the industry for me, and it’s still relatively fresh for the region of MEMA,” continued Boustany. “Installing an HP T200 or T300 press brings fantastic business opportunities to companies producing books, transactional print, direct mail or newspapers or considering moving into these areas of business, and I am eager to start communicating these benefits to the marketplace.”

Since its first commercial installation in December 2008, the HP T300 Color Inkjet Web Press has accelerated the advance of digital printing from niche to mainstream applications by offering cost-effective, high-volume digital colour production. The press prints a 762mm (30-inch) wide roll with 1,200 x 600 addressable dots per inch four-colour-process printing at a speed up to 122m/min (400ft/min).

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South East Labels Comments That Consumers Are The Latest Group To Benefit From The Barcode

The barcode was born from an alliance between manufacturers and retailers. South East Labels, a leading supplier of labelling services and systems, today commented that barcodes are increasingly being used by consumers to further their own ends. It seems that the data contained in a barcode is no longer just owned by the unholy alliance of those who make and those who sell. So, exactly what are those who buy using barcodes for?

When the barcode was patented in America in 1949 retailers and manufacturers had to wait for computer science to catch up before its full potential could be realised. At its heart it is not the barcode per se that does the work but the data that can be attached to it. With such data a simple barcode scan can help track, pick and deliver stock. Once in store this stock can be counted, monitored and automatically re-ordered. Using this data checkout waiting time can be reduced – helping goods sell quicker and getting more paying customers out the door. Furthermore a barcode’s data facilitates the smooth operation of complex and varied price promotions throughout the store.

According to South East Labels, however, the barcode may be striking back. It appears it is no longer serving as the hand-maiden for the efficient supply and sale of goods. Recent events suggest the barcode may also now be a tool for consumers to use, and in ways that may not be how the manufacturers and retailers ever dreamt of.

Stroll down a supermarket aisle. Stop at the soup – keep going past the dried stuff till you reach the tins. Locate a well-known variety of Tomato Soup. Now find the 300g tin. The barcode on this if scanned by a mobile device has provided thousands of music fans with a free mixtape from The Streets’ Mike Skinner. That will be without the manufacturer’s permission. Perhaps not since Warhol appropriated the image of a can of soup as an artwork has pop culture shamelessly plundered soup tins packaging to its own advantage. If this seems too absurd to be true – download the free Mike Scanner app and try for yourself. The barcode seems to have taken on a life of its own beyond its original intentions.

Another example of the barcode being made to strike back is slightly less obscure. Fooducate is an app for mobile devices that reads the barcodes of food packaging. It provides not supermarket cost prices or stock levels however. Instead it aims to cut through the fudged wording and smoke and mirrors that can characterise food packaging. It gives each product a simple to follow health rating and suggests alternatives if you find your health snack is actually a health hazard.

The barcode, it seems, strikes back – the rich data it enables are increasingly being used by consumers as well as by retailers and manufacturers. This merely serves to underline the on-going importance of the barcode. A spokesperson for South East Labels commented that “it’s interesting to see the uses that are being made of barcodes. We have been providing labelling services, software and products since 1988. If your business needs security labels, printed labels or barcodes we can help ensure they are provided in a timely manner. We can’t, however, stop Mr Skinner from attaching a download to a scan of them.”

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New Year Opens With Free Offers On The Purchase Of Image Printers At SEL

Kick start this new year with a fantastic offer from South East Labels (SEL). Customers who buy the Image TTP247 Plus Series desktop label printer, will walk away with a free, fully professional label making software. With this combination, customers are getting not only a coveted range of printers but also a fully integrated software programme. The Plus series ensures fast label processing and output, as it’s equipped with a 32-bit microprocessor. LabelDirect is a fully professional labelling software that includes the advanced features of other labelling software such as print job management and data storage. It is also 100 per cent WYSIWYG and produces exemplary print performance.

The latest in label printing technology is available via SEL’s large network of inkjet and laser printed labels. In addition to paper labels, SEL also supplies vinyl and polyester. The assortment of label materials extends to their many diverse uses. From pharmaceutical (cryogenic and anti-microbial), and horticultural, to fashion (bubble and resin) and high security demands, SEL’s range is overwhelming.

The Image Plus TTP247 series printer is also one of the strongest thermal transfer label printers in the market. The printer also comes equipped with a standard memory of 2MB Flash, 8MB SDRAM, and a slot for an SD card. Its print speed can go up to 5 ips with 203 dpi and 3 ips with the 300 dpi version. SEL also has printers that are available in a wide selection. Customers can choose from desktop, industrial, digital, and portable printers as well as barcode printers, scanners, verifiers, label printing software and printer ribbons.

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Organisation Essential For Business Success

Of all the aspects to consider and focus on when starting and running a company, organisation is one of the most important, and South East Labels helps businesses prioritise and handle organisation. From the first steps of starting a new company to running the day-to-day operations, organisation is always essential. It is what keeps a business running efficiently. It is also what keeps profits flowing and employees happy. Organisation is key to a business functioning smoothly and progressively.

South East Labels is a company that provides a variety of goods and services that assist the organisational aspects of a company. On the most basic level, South East Labels provides basic labelling and label-related products required for many companies and industries. Having everything labelled and grouped is the first step to organisation within companies – from there, employees know where to place and retrieve necessary products or information. The more organised a company is, the faster business gets done, and that means more profit. Time is money when it comes to any business, and even the most simple organisational efforts will have extremely positive results on productivity, not to mention sanity, among staff.

About South East Labels: South East Labels is the company to seek out if you are serious about getting your company or business organised. It is a specialised and renowned company that offers quality products, which include labels and label printer supplies. Whether it is a bar code you want printed, or you are looking into purchasing your own barcode equipment to be able to produce the products on your own, all of it is taken care of and handled professionally by South East Labels. In addition to offering reliable and speedy label printing, the company also has selected top-notch printers available for sale directly to clients who have a large demand for regular or continual label printing, or who want to make the organisational investment. If you are unsure of what type of printer or product you are looking to buy, it is simple and efficient to use one of the company’s customer service options, including the free quote, free samples and standby online query or phone call.

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Stock Management At Your Fingertips

Barcodes were first invented after the second world war as a way of putting information about a product neatly on a small label. In this way, stock can be labelled effectively, with more information in the barcode than would otherwise be possible to put on the product. Barcodes mean that items can be tracked, and this not only helps with the inventory, but also with stock management.

There are many keys to running a successful business, and one of them is not to disappoint the customer. Building a business requires growth, which inevitably means reaching higher sales – to achieve this, a company needs to be aware of the demand to ensure they can generate sufficient supply – this is where barcodes come in handy. As a product is sold, data can be registered on the system so managers are aware of exactly when, where and who sold the product. This is not just important for supply and demand – it also goes further by recognising which products are the most and least successful. New products in line with successful ones can be developed, while others that clearly aren’t working can be discontinued. Additionally, one can see variations in regional and seasonal sales. All this information can help businesses tailor their products to customers and work out how best to boost sales.

This kind of effective labelling is the area of expertise of the company South East Labels. This is a company with over 20 years of experience in producing labelling solutions. Whatever your product, South East Labels can provide the labelling facilities. If you have a growing business and are looking for further success, then barcodes could be a useful tool – for everything from barcode printers to labels, get in touch with South East Labels for some advice.

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Perry Corporation announced the acquisition of Friends Business Source (Copier Division)

Perry Corporation today announced the acquisition of Findlay, Ohio based Friends Business Source (Copier Division). Barry Clark, President of Perry Corporation said, “With this acquisition Perry Corporation expands its leadership position within the office technology industry. Our Employee Owners view this growth and expansion as validation of their performance and efforts through these difficult economic times. We are growing and increasing our presence throughout northwest central Ohio, southern Michigan and western Indiana.” He also stated, “This continues are aggressive expansion strategy and we expect a seamless transition for Friends (Copier Division) clients and look forward to building new relationships.”

ABOUT PERRY CORPORATION:
Perry Corporation was founded in 1965 by the late Rex Perry. As the area’s leading provider of stateof-the-art office equipment, the company has enjoyed tremendous growth over the past ten years and now has over 180 employees.

ABOUT FRIENDS (COPIER DIVISION):
Friends Business Source is a national provider of Office Supplies, Office Furniture, Janitorial/Breakroom, Promotional products and Commercial Printing.

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Organisation Materials Help Businesses Succeed

Every successful businessperson knows how important it is to stay organised. When things are not organised, they can go missing. It is so easy to confuse one white folder for another, or one manila envelope for something else. The problem is that such things sometimes contain extremely important documents. An unorganised business will never reach its potential until things are in order. Another key component to a successful business is name recognition. The more clients see your name or your company’s name, the more they will be likely to remember it, feel comfortable with it and want to do business with you again.

Labelling the products you sell and everything you give your clients with your name or your business’s name is one way to establish name recognition. Labelling things in your office with appropriate names will help everyone stay organised and prevent important things from being misplaced. One company is helping businesses and businesspeople stay organised and promote their names – South East Labels has been meeting many industries’ label and labelling system needs for the last twenty years. They have plain and printed labels, barcode labels, hot foil labels, label software, label printers and every labelling product you could imagine.

South East Labels offers printed inkjet and laser labels that can display your name, your company’s name, a logo and whatever else you want. Because each business is distinct, a wide selection of colours, materials and sizes are available. They also offer security labels in a variety of models, designs and colours. Security and asset tracking labels are available in aluminium foil, white or clear vinyl, silver polyester and more. The friendly staff will help you decide which model best suits your needs.

You can trust South East Labels for all your label, labelling product and barcode needs. Successful businesspeople understand the importance of organisation and name recognition. South East Labels has the tools to help make your business successful. When you need labelling products, a barcode printer, printed or plain labels, or any barcode or labelling products, they have what you need and are ready to help.

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New TROY Printers Meet Government Requirements For High Security Printing

TROY Group, Inc., a Worldwide Leader in Secure on-Demand Printing Solutions, MICR Toner Cartridges, and Check Printing Programs, announces the new TROY SecureDXi 3015 printer to its line of security printing solutions. Based on the popular HP LaserJet Enterprise P3010 printer series, TROY’s SecureDXi 3015 printers provide a fast 42 page per minute print speed, robust HP LaserJet workgroup printing capability, and a complete set of TROY features for securing all aspects of the print environment.

“Government agencies and other organizations throughout the world are faced with new challenges relating to document fraud prevention and protecting confidential information”, states Larry Landtiser, Senior Vice President and General Manager of TROY Group. “To address this need we drew from our full array of proven software, firmware, electromechanical, and secure toner technologies to create the TROY SecureDXi printers, the most advanced secure printing solution available.”

TROY SecureDXi 3015 printers are configured to help organizations manage all four dimensions of security defined in the HP Security Printing Framework: securing the printing device, protecting the information on the network, securing the document, and monitoring the printing process. To secure the printer, TROY includes seven security features including the TROY 3-positon key control. Using this feature, IT department managers can lock the printer from all print jobs, enable the full array of TROY secure printing features, or set the printer to only allow standard HP features. To secure high value security paper, all SecureDXi printers are configured with TROY’s latest high strength paper tray locks. Print information is protected through print file encryption and in-printer decryption technology. Other information security features include TROY’s exclusive hard disk lock which prevents print jobs from being stored on the printer’s internal storage device when the printer is set to the TROY Secure mode. Finished document security is supported by ten TROY security features including TROYMark™ variable data watermarking, TROY copy evident pantograph technology, and TROY patented Security Toner technology. A TROY Security Toner cartridge is included with every TROY SecureDXi printer. Print monitoring is enabled with the TROY print audit solution which captures a record of every print job received by the printer.

TROY offers four different models of configured SecureDXi 3015 printers. To assure chain of custody control, TROY SecureDXi printers can only be purchased through TROY and select TROY certified resellers. For additional information on TROY SecureDXi Solutions visit the TROY web site at www.troygroup.com.

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Quality Printing With South East Labels

It is important for a business to establish a name for itself. This can be done by delivering quality merchandise and clearly displaying your company’s information. Customers never buy an item without a clearly marked label – just as a professional business card lends credibility to a businessperson, labels give weight to products. The more appealing a label is to the eye, the more likely it is to attract customers. An enthralling presentation will help to reaffirm your status among, and even ahead of, the competition.

South East Labels is based in London and has firmly established itself as a reliable company. The business is centered on label printing. They produce high-quality labels for clients, both companies and individuals, across the country. There are many different options to satisfy each customer’s particular requirements.

Hot-foil labels are among the range, and many foil colours are available in metallic and holographic material. These help to create a bright finish and an appealing label. The dazzling display aside, two other advantages of selecting this type are the low costs and the short print runs.

Those who want to produce their own labels will require a label printer. The range includes the most advanced label printing technology from market-leading manufacturers. It includes a comprehensive range of thermal and thermal-transfer label printers. Short-run, full-colour digital label printing is also possible with the selection of Primera printers, inks and labels. All the products are fully supported with an optional onsite breakdown cover. The targeted response time is 8 hours.

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SEL Offers Exhaustive Range Of Label Printing Services

For best impressions, leave it to the experts to figure out the details. For companies and clients that need to stand out from the homogenous fare out there, South East Labels will transform your look. Customers looking for custom-made labels can rely on the vast range that SEL has to offer. From the basics of inkjet and laser printer paper labels to fun bubble badges and secure barcode labels, SEL will be more than able to meet customer needs.

With more than 2,000 materials and 200 sizes to choose from , South East Labels is the most comprehensive outlet for labelling needs. They manufacture and supply labels, barcode products, digital printers, ribbons, label printers, security and asset-tracking labels, scanners and verifiers. Label materials include polyester, propylene and vinyl for electronics, horticultural products and household goods. SEL even provides for the medical industry, manufacturing cryogenic labels, using adhesives that can stick to surfaces at the cryogenic temperatures of liquid nitrogen. They are available either on rolls for use through thermal transfer printers or on sheets for laser printers. SEL also makes anti-microbial material for products requiring hygienic labelling. Silver-ion technology is used to develop a set of labels for pharmaceutical sectors. This material restricts bacterial growth, including MRSA, e-coli and salmonella. It’s safe to use as it is harmless to humans and animals.

For companies concerned about security risks, SEL also makes a variety of tamperproof labels. The material they’re made of is not transferable, making it difficult to remove and easy to check if they have been fiddled with. The labels can be printed with barcodes, the company logo and other details. Some of the materials are suitable for in-house thermal transfer printing as well. Using high-quality plain labels on rolls, SEL manufactures a vast range of sizes that can be put through thermal transfer or thermal direct printers. This has enabled them to become certified suppliers for industrial giants such as Toshiba Tec, Zebra, Intermec, Datamax, Sato and more.

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South East Labels Answers Marketing Needs

South East Labels has extensive experience of supplying high-quality products at competitive prices. Regardless of the budget or application requirements, South East Labels, offers a solution. A market leader for more than 20 years, South East Labels knows how to keep its customers happy. It provides essential support with an option of on-site breakdown cover for its products. The team is committed to providing innovative solutions while respecting clients’ budgets.

Whether browsing products online or on supermarket aisles, the first thing that consumers notice is the product label. Offering a range of products, including industrial barcode equipment, software and a high-end bar code printer, South East Labels can provide for all label and label printing requirements. Ensuring the best in digital printing, the company offers a comprehensive selection of high-quality products. The company produces printed rolls as well as coloured and printed labels manufactured using a variety of methods and materials. Pre-printed sheet labels for inkjet printers are also available. The labels are manufactured using only the highest quality materials so that they can be overprinted by thermal transfer or thermal direct printers. South East Labels uses computer technology and a range of thermal printers to produce both large and small runs of labels – without charging extra for text or changes in the barcode.

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