Mid-range printer integrates into most IT infrastructures

Honeywell’s PM42 mid-range industrial label printer is designed to help businesses address evolving operational needs for information technology, networking and automation, says the company.
With its intuitive user interface, the PM42 printer features enhanced processing capability and flexible open operating architecture to integrate into most IT infrastructures, deploying quickly into existing Honeywell or mixed-printer environments.
Designed as a cost-effective printing option, the PM42 is claimed to increase operational efficiencies in distribution center, manufacturing, transportation and retail environments.
Features include:

  • The all-metal housing enables longer operating times and can support heavy-duty printing in challenging industrial environments, such as distribution centres and warehouses.
  • With printing speeds of up to 300mm/s, the PM42 offers large volumes of continuous printing during peak times. The printer can also run apps using Honeywell Smart Printing technology
  • The PM42’s intuitive, full-color LCD display supports nine different languages. The user interface features shortcuts for one-key label setup. It is also said to reduce workforce training time and device support needs.
  • Users can set, monitor and configure the printer using a handheld computer, tablet or smartphone. The PM42’s integrated device management and diagnostic capabilities can reduce downtime and simplify deployment.

 

ALC Forum Communique

The logistics industry will have to attract broad community support if it is to achieve regulatory reform and approval for major infrastructure projects, according to speakers at the Australian Logistics Council Forum 2016, held last week in Sydney.

More than 250 people attended Australia's premier freight logistics and supply chain event, with senior figures from across industry and government emphasising the need for action across a range of fronts to improve the efficiency of Australia's supply chains.

ALC Forum 2016 had a particular focus on improving frieght efficiency in New South Wales, where the state's freight is expected to double by 2030.

During his opening of the Forum, new ALC Chairman, Ian Murray, stressed the need to ensure Australia has the right infrastructure in place, operating efficiently, to underpin the continued growth of the logistics sector and of the Australian economy.

Other major forum points included:

  • Industry and government need to step up their efforts to work together to progress heavy vehicle road reforms to achieve more efficient freight movements 
  • Work needs to be done to convince the public of the benefits of logistics investment and reform, particularly to ports’ landside infrastructure, to underpin continued economic growth and community wellbeing
  • Corridor preservation must feature more prominently in jurisdictions’ long-term planning documents, with a greater buy-in from all levels of government
  • Improving rail access to Australia’s major ports, as well as their linkages to key inland intermodal facilities, is critical to increasing port capacity and decreasing road congestion in our major cities 
  • Industry and government need to work closer together to improve the efficient delivery of parcels in CBD areas brought about by the growth in e-retailing 
  • The inland rail line has to be built, with efficient connections to the ports in Melbourne and Brisbane, to support Australia’s future freight effort and to move north-south freight out of the Sydney basin
  • Practical steps need to be taken to maximise the economic and environmental benefits of an efficient maritime freight sector 
  • ALC to take a leadership role to increase diversity and inclusion in the logistics industry 
  • ALC to consult with regulators on behalf of industry on proposed changes to Chain of Responsibility provisions contained within the Heavy Vehicle National Law 
  • Opportunities exist to increase the efficiency of air freight movements at Sydney Airport

Label Power is proud to introduce a new range of reliable, compact label printers

After breaking new ground recently and becoming a Certified Performance Partner with Honeywell, we are proud to introduce an exciting range of extremely reliable, easy to use printers. 

After breaking new ground recently and becoming a Certified Performance Partner with Honeywell, we are proud to introduce an exciting range of extremely reliable, easy to use printers. These printers are perfect for a variety of industries for small, medium or large businesses looking for a smart solution to improve productivity in label making operations.

Our Certified Performance Partnership with Honeywell, stamps Label Power as Australia's newest reseller to one of the world's largest innovators of label printing & barcode scanning solutions.  

Honeywell pride themselves on equipping customers with innovative tools to be more productive while having an unrelenting commitment to quality and delivering results in everything they do. That's why we worked hard for this union, so Label Power can offer the best printer and scanner solutions to suit your needs.

Honeywell acquired Intermec printers and scanners in 2013 and more recently completed it's acquistion of Datamax O'Neil early in 2015. This means Label Power is the place to go for all Intermec and Datamax O'Neil printers and consumables.

Label Power are perhaps best known for producing quality full colour labels with Digital and UV Flexo printing processes, however Label Power have always offered in-house printing systems ranging from thermal label printers to full colour inkjet and laser systems. Label Power have over 18 years of experience in providing complete barcoding solutions, labelling software and printer consumables Australia wide.

A proud moment (pictured) shows Label Power's Managing Director James Malone, with the Honeywell Performance Partner Certification plaque in front of Label Power's newest digital label printing press, the HP Indigo WS6800. Both Honeywell and HP (Hewlett Packard) are Fortune 100 companies and we are pleased to share the benefits of these relationships with all our valued clients.

Introducing the Honeywell PC42t Compact Label printer

The Honeywell PC42t is exceptionally compact and easy to use. This printer is simple to install and is ready to print quickly. Quiet, reliable operation and intuitive design make the PC42t the right fit for light-duty labelling applications in a variety of industries. With its affordable price and modern features, the PC42t represents a smart solution for the small or medium business looking to improve productivity in label making operations. 

Introducing the Intermec PC23D Direct Thermal label printer  

Designed to set a new standard in user friendliness and flexibility, the compact Intermec PC23 provides an intuitive label printing solution. Available in 2 inch wide direct thermal (PC23d) with 10-language LCD user interface, this low cost and fast operation makes the PC series the smart choice for light duty labeling applications where users need reliable, easy to use printers. 

Introducing the Intermec PD43A Thermal label printer

The PD43 is a light industrial thermal printer incorporating the latest printing innovations into a compact and affordable package. Ideal for tight spaces, shallow countertops, and pull-out cabinets, the PD43A was designed to deliver no-compromise printing performance in the smallest possible footprint.  

Introducing the Intermec PM43A Industrial Label Printer

Perfect rugged fit designed for mainstream applications, this mid-range industrial label printer is ready to perform and suits operations requiring 2,000-7,000 labels per day. The PM43 is a third-generation Intermec industrial printer designed to maximise uptime and deliver quick deployment–the fastest print speed in its class–and proven reliability. 

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