Creating Fresh Soups and New Beginnings Thanks to OKI’s Five Colour Label Printer
With a goal to improve the efficiency of its workflows as well as cost and waste reduction, enVie identified label printing as an area where improvements could be made. Furthermore, in reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic, enVie launched the ‘Robin Food’ project with other organisations to transform food surpluses from farmers into healthy sustainable meals that are made accessible to vulnerable people and families during the crisis. This created an even more urgent demand for labels.
OKI’s partner Tasco recommended OKI’s Pro1050 Five Colour Label Printer. Following the installation of the Pro1050, enVie can now create specific quantities to match soup batch volumes, meaning it no longer pays for surplus labels which take up space in storage and are often thrown away. Each label produced with OKI’s Pro1050 is robust and UV resistant, and the organisation can now also experiment with different formats, and designs. Thanks to OKI’s Pro1050 enVie can print up to nine metres of labels a minute, accelerating the production rate.