Windsor, Ontario-based LabelPac, a company providing equipment that prints and applies labels on fruit, has a partnership with Australian company Label Press.
LabelPac Motohead Print and Apply can print and apply on-demand price look-up labels, using thin eco-friendly biodegradable glossy paper or polyethylene labels, according to a news release. Label Press, founded in 1980, supplies printed labels and tags to the Australian fresh produce industry.
“Along with LabelPac’s expertise in fruit labeling technology and their internationally patent-pending and innovative Produce Lookup labeling systems, Label Press can now offer unique options to PLU labeling requirements for the Australasian and New Zealand market,” Cecil Nornbuckle, Label Press director, said in the release.
“Label Press has identified the Motohead system as proven technology that will facilitate smoother operations for Australasian growers and packinghouses,” he said in the release.
Canada-based LabelPac has expanded in a number of foreign markets recently, adding Peru, German, Australia/New Zealand and Chile to its growing distributor/label manufacturer roster, according to the release.