SATO printing solutions…seeing is believing!


SATO, a pioneer in the Automatic Identification and Data Collection (AIDC) industry and a leader in barcode printing, labelling, and EPC/RFID solutions offers an extensive range of high quality, dependable barcode printing solutions to ensure the smooth flow of products and information.  Real-time visibility of goods is critical from receipt of materials to delivery to the customer.

From shipping labels to mobile pickup and delivery printing, RFID smart labels for tracking valuable assets to printing labels for incoming materials, SATO’s barcode printing solutions help save time, improve productivity, and increase visibility. SATO…seeing is believing!

The complete SATO product line includes direct thermal and thermal transfer printers, OEM print engines, printer accessories, label design software, labels and thermal transfer ribbons.   

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  • 3PL Adds Customer Value with RFID 

    As more retailers and their suppliers turn to radio frequency identification (RFID) to help improve supply chain efficiency, an opportunity has arisen for third-party logistics providers to assist these companies with their RFID deployments.
  • Labelling in Logistic Centres in Finland

    When SATO’s Business Partner in Finland, Meckelborg, was approached by Kesko Food, it was planning to move their ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system to SAP R/3 and simultaneously it wanted to renew its label printing operations.
  • Track/Trace Solutions for the Logistics Supply Chain

    Track/Trace solutions can provide numerous bits of information such as purchase order numbers, container numbers, bill of lading numbers customer information, item counts, weight, status and delivery date, freight charges, and more.
  • Adapt-a-lift/Hyster

    Adaptalift Hyster Forklift Rentals & Sales (ALL Hyster) was founded 30 years ago and since then has grown to become the largest privately owned forklift company in Australia.
  • Tickets Please!

    A regional rail company with many trains on daily runs was still issuing tickets manually. In local stations customers would request a ticket and receive a hand written version from the local stationmaster.