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Published June 2, 2014
Primera Technology, Inc., a global manufacturer of specialty printers, has announced an all-in-one system for GHS (Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals) and chemical labeling. The LX-Series pigmented ink and CX… Read More »
Published May 15, 2014
"The Primera product line is one that we are happy to see supported by Robar,“ says Innovatum President Ardi Batmanghelid. Read More »
Primera Technology Inc.
By Carla Schoenberg, Director of Sales
Headquartered in Plymouth, Minnesota, Primera Technology, Inc. is a leading developer and manufacturer of specialty printing equipment including the LX Series Label Printers, NEW RX900 Color RFID Printer, CX1200 Digital Label Press and the FX1200 Dig… Read More »
Published May 7, 2014
The LX-Series pigmented ink and CX-Series toner are now BS5609 certified when printed on approved materials. Read More »
Published April 24, 2014
The Primera LX400, LX900, RX900 and CX1000 Color Label Printers include the BarTender UltraLite Edition. Read More »
Published March 20, 2014
The increase of cyan, magenta, yellow and black cartridges offers 10% more toner for the same price. Read More »
Published November 26, 2013
AP550 is a semi-automatic label applicator that makes it fast and easy to precisely apply product and identification labels. Read More »
Published November 29, 2012
Primera Technology Inc. has announced the availability of its new FX1000 Matrix Removal System. FX1000 is used in conjunction with the company’s CX1000e Color Label Printer as well with a number of other digital label production systems. The FX… Read More »
Published September 16, 2010
The "on-demand" RX900 supports popular linear and 2D bar code symbologies. Read More »
Fearing migration
Published January 23, 2013
Many European countries, most notably Germany and Britain, seem to have an almost pathological fear of migration. Not the kind that has boat people landing in quiet creeks (though lots of people are afraid of that too), but the migration of nasty che… Read More »
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