[ig_row width=”boxed” r_class=”none” t_class=”text-align-center” background=”none” relative=”yes” video_b=”no” border_width_value_=”0″ border_style=”solid” border_color=”#000″ div_padding_top=”0″ div_padding_right=”0″ div_padding_bottom=”0″ div_padding_left=”0″ ][ig_column span=”span12″][ig_image image_file=”http://www.barcodeprint.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/news.png” link_type=”no_link” image_container_style=”no-styling” image_alignment=”center” image_margin_top=”10″ image_margin_bottom=”10″ image_effect=”no” ][/ig_image][ig_image el_title=”whatsnewstitle” image_file=”http://www.barcodeprint.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/whatsnews.png” link_type=”no_link” image_container_style=”no-styling” image_alignment=”center” image_margin_top=”10″ image_margin_bottom=”10″ image_effect=”no” ][/ig_image][/ig_column][/ig_row][ig_row width=”boxed” r_class=”none” t_class=”none” background=”none” solid_color_value=”#FFFFFF” solid_color_color=”#ffffff” gradient_color=”0% #FFFFFF,100% #000000″ gradient_direction=”vertical” repeat=”full” stretch=”none” position=”center center” paralax=”no” relative=”no” video_b=”no” v_mp4 border_width_value_=”0″ border_style=”solid” border_color=”#000″ div_padding_top=”30″ div_padding_bottom=”30″ div_padding_right=”30″ div_padding_left=”30″ ][ig_column span=”span4″][ig_heading el_title=”news3heading” tag=”h3″ text_align=”inherit” font=”inherit” border_bottom_style=”solid” disabled_el=”no” ]Barcode Print X4D2 HYBRID[/ig_heading][ig_image el_title=”news2image copy” image_file=”http://www.barcodeprint.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/IMG_2585.jpg” link_type=”no_link” image_container_style=”no-styling” image_alignment=”inherit” image_margin_top=”10″ image_margin_bottom=”10″ image_effect=”no” ][/ig_image][ig_image el_title=”news2image2 copy” image_file=”http://www.barcodeprint.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/IMG_2594.jpg” link_type=”no_link” image_container_style=”no-styling” image_alignment=”inherit” image_margin_top=”10″ image_margin_bottom=”10″ image_effect=”no” ][/ig_image][ig_text el_title=”news2text copy” enable_dropcap=”no” disabled_el=”no” ]

Have been working for some months on a printer to fit an inline tag packing machine, this unit could be used to fit any type of packing machine. All hand built and very light weight using our Toshiba B-EX4D2 Thermal Direct Only Printer, have tested it at a customers prior to shipping and is currently being used at a fruit packer in WA. Barcode Print’s X4D2 Hybrid Printer allows for customers to step away from the normal conventional printing methods to run a printer direct on your production line.

Whilst we are still in early phases of building these units it takes about 2 weeks from order to delivery.

[/ig_text][/ig_column][ig_column span=”span4″][ig_heading el_title=”news2heading” tag=”h3″ text_align=”inherit” font=”inherit” border_bottom_style=”solid” disabled_el=”no” ]Barcode Print & Toshiba display at GS1[/ig_heading][ig_image el_title=”news2image” image_file=”http://www.barcodeprint.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/12273768_486193004924868_4100816691810888852_o.jpg” link_type=”no_link” image_container_style=”no-styling” image_alignment=”inherit” image_margin_top=”10″ image_margin_bottom=”10″ image_effect=”no” ][/ig_image][ig_image el_title=”news2image2″ image_file=”http://www.barcodeprint.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/12794718_486193001591535_8150062414748907616_o.jpg” link_type=”no_link” image_container_style=”no-styling” image_alignment=”inherit” image_margin_top=”10″ image_margin_bottom=”10″ image_effect=”no” ][/ig_image][ig_text el_title=”news2text” enable_dropcap=”no” disabled_el=”no” ]

Had the opportunity to attend the GS1 Numbering & Barcoding Classroom for supply chain businesses as an Alliance Partner on behalf of Toshiba, the day went well got to stand up and give a 1 minute talk about our company and what we can offer in conjunction with Toshiba and we had a few potentials come to our stand and make an inquiry, take information & business cards.

 

If you would like some more information on Numbering & Barcoding classes head to the GS1 website Classroom Training Events and you can register on any date the suites you. These classes are designed to help inform you in using barcodes more for your products.

[/ig_text][/ig_column][ig_column span=”span4″][ig_heading el_title=”news1 heading” tag=”h3″ text_align=”inherit” font=”inherit” border_bottom_style=”solid” disabled_el=”no” ]The Australian Made Campaign welcomes progress on changes to food labelling laws[/ig_heading][ig_image el_title=”news1image” image_file=”http://www.barcodeprint.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/imageGen.ashx_.jpg” link_type=”no_link” image_container_style=”no-styling” image_alignment=”center” image_margin_top=”10″ image_margin_bottom=”10″ image_effect=”no” ][/ig_image][ig_text el_title=”newstext1″ enable_dropcap=”no” disabled_el=”no” ]

 

The Australian Made Campaign, the not-for-profit organisation that administers and promotes Australia’s green-and-gold ‘Australian Made, Australian Grown’ logo, today welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement that State and Territory Ministers have agreed to support use of the logo in a new country-of-origin labelling scheme for food products.

Under the new system, all food products made or grown in Australia will carry the iconic kangaroo logo, along with a bar chart showing what proportion of the ingredients come from Australia.

Australian Made Campaign Chief Executive, Ian Harrison, said the new food labelling scheme had the potential to greatly improve clarity and consistency for Australian consumers and recognised the announcement as an important milestone for the logo.

“The Australian Made Campaign welcomes the endorsement by the State and Territory Ministers of the Federal Government’s proposed new country-of-origin food labelling scheme,” Mr Harrison said.

“More transparent food labelling will give shoppers a better understanding of the provenance of their purchases and provide Australian farmers and manufacturers with a much-needed leg up.”

“Furthermore, widespread use of a symbol incorporating the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo should further boost the logo’s strong connection to Australia, and with that, the sales of great Aussie goods in the domestic and global marketplaces,” Mr Harrison said.

There is still work to be done to finalise the food labelling reforms before they can officially commence as planned on 1 July 2016.  Business will then have two years to transition their food labels to the new arrangements.

For more information visit

Industry Guidlines

You can also click here to see options and solutions Barcode Print can offer to produce your own Country of Origin Labelling.

 

[/ig_text][/ig_column][/ig_row][ig_row width=”boxed” r_class=”none” t_class=”none” background=”none” solid_color_value=”#FFFFFF” solid_color_color=”#ffffff” gradient_color=”0% #FFFFFF,100% #000000″ gradient_direction=”vertical” repeat=”full” stretch=”none” position=”center center” paralax=”no” relative=”no” video_b=”no” v_mp4 border_width_value_=”0″ border_style=”solid” border_color=”#000″ div_padding_top=”30″ div_padding_bottom=”30″ div_padding_right=”30″ div_padding_left=”30″ ][ig_column span=”span4″][ig_heading el_title=”news3heading” tag=”h3″ text_align=”inherit” font=”inherit” border_bottom_style=”solid” disabled_el=”no” ]Toshiba Wins an iF Design Award for the B-FV4D Desktop Label Printer[/ig_heading][ig_image el_title=”news2image” image_file=”http://www.barcodeprint.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/B-FV4D_iF_design_award.jpg” link_type=”no_link” image_container_style=”no-styling” image_alignment=”center” image_margin_top=”10″ image_margin_bottom=”10″ image_effect=”no” ][/ig_image][ig_text el_title=”news3text” enable_dropcap=”no” disabled_el=”no” ]

Toshiba, a leading provider of technology solutions announces that the B-FV4D desktop label printer has won an “iF Product Design Award”. This award, judged and issued by the International Forum Design GmbH (iF) is recognised as one of the most prestigious design awards in the world. B-FV4D received the award for its compact body, outstanding design and innovative appearance.

Stylish, yet robust the user-friendly B-FV4D is intended for use in Logistics, Industrial, Courier, Retail, Healthcare and Commercial services.
Toshiba realized to create a compact and stylish form while keeping its robustness and ease of use with its innovative design. Thanks to this sleek design the printer is ultra-compact and fits into the smallest of work spaces in the office, reception, or in the service counter. Also users’ convenience will be increased by the design, such as the slight recess in its top helps to prevent button malfunction, even things are put on the top of B-FV4D.

Toshiba is pleased to add the B-FV4D to the list of its other award winners: the DB-EA4 double-sided label printer in 2011 and e-STUDIO2505 compact Multi-functional Peripheral (MFP) in 2013.

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