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SATO PrintConnect supports customer's supply chain strategy
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Nov '09
SATO Labeling Solutions America Inc, announced the launch of SATO PrintConnect, a comprehensive, customer friendly, secure and efficient system to provide variable data printed tags, labels, and trim items to manufacturers around the world.

The SATO PrintConnect system includes all processing from start to finish—receipt of customer orders, data processing, distributing orders to print facilities, printing tags and labels, shipping, tracking, and invoicing. Retailers, Brand Owners, Vendors, and Manufacturers around the globe have the ability to place and track orders securely on SATO PrintConnect's website.

Customers are able to submit order files in their own format. SATO PrintConnect supports the customer's supply chain strategy—either to print and ship orders upon receipt or to hold orders for Vendor release. Automated processing ensures data integrity, security, and consistency. SATO's high-speed equipment allows orders to be produced and shipped quickly. No software or equipment is required for either the Retailer or their Manufacturers.

SATO understands that to ensure survival in challenging economic conditions, customers need to focus on improving their processes without capital investment or performance loss. The SATO PrintConnect system brings together SATO's core competencies— design and manufacture of tag and label stock, printing equipment, and software—into an integrated system providing a cost effective service bureau solution.

“SATO PrintConnect enables manufacturers to order barcoded tags and labels easily online according to their production schedule, and assures Retailers of data integrity and print quality. We are pleased to expand our product offering to include this service” said Joseph Podsedly, President of SATO Labeling Solutions America Inc.

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