We have extensive experience and alliances with the main suppliers of industrial labellers.
We physically integrate their labellers and carry out the necessary programming to communicate with your production management software, providing our solutions with everything necessary to achieve complete traceability of production.
In addition to the typical placement of these elements on fixed supports, we can also place them on board a robot to increase flexibility when placing each label in a different place, depending on the product to be labelled and the specifications of the end customer.


Industrial robots offer very interesting advantages over traditional label applicators.
The most important is undoubtedly the flexibility to vary the labelling position.
Our system is essential when pallets of different products and dimensions converge on the same palletising and wrapping line.
In addition to applying the label in the right place with great precision, it scans the placed label to ensure its correct printing and other traceability data.
Traceability of consumer and food products, pharmaceuticals and even industrial products has become a requirement for all types of companies, regardless of the production sector to which they belong. They also represent an additional guarantee of service and quality for their end customers.
Thanks to this traceability, it is possible to know the location of the product and the changes and transformations it has undergone during the manufacturing and transport process up to the moment of delivery. And in this task, automatic labelling of boxes and pallets is fundamental, and more specifically, automatic labelling systems, which provide high levels of efficiency and security that contribute to guaranteeing the transparency of the entire production process.
To integrate an automatic labelling system at the end of the production line, it is necessary to complete, on the one hand, the physical deployment of the labelling solutions, and then carry out programming work to connect the operation of the new devices with a company's production management software. Previously, as with all industrial automation processes, it is necessary to carry out a complete analysis of the customer's current and future needs in order to integrate a reliable solution that will last over time, so that the return on investment is assured.

Advantages of automatic labelling systems
- They are fast systems, capable of streamlining end-of-line processes in a simple and efficient way. They offer different labelling speeds to adapt to different work rhythms. - They offer very high levels of effectiveness that minimise the risk of errors due to the so-called human factor.

- They are flexible and easily configurable systems through user-friendly interfaces that allow an efficient integration in any production sector.

- They offer high precision to place the labels in the exact place required by the customer and to adapt to the different production lines with goods in different formats.

- They provide exact traceability. Labelling provides a unique identity or number plate that is essential for product and component identification, shipping, storage and expiry date control for perishable products.

- They can be fully integrated at the end of the production line. The automatic labelling systems can be combined with other equipment to configure reliable solutions adapted to all industrial customer needs.

- They are robust solutions based on industrial robots that are highly durable and therefore guarantee a return on investment, which contributes to significantly improving a company's efficiency and productivity.

- Indispensable for the application of Blockchain technology. The printing and affixing of security labels enables 100% traceability of products back to their primary source, as well as checking where and how they have been distributed.

The automation of automatic labelling of products, boxes or pallets is, in short, a differential productive element at the end of the line of companies, regardless of the sector in which they operate.