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TechValidate Research on Videojet

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4,812 Customers Surveyed

24,731 Data Points Collected

105 Published TechFacts

49 Published Charts

2 Published Case Studies



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More Than 75% of Product is Placed in Cartons

On the lines impacted by the legislation, what % of product is placed in a carton?

Greater than 75%: 48%
50-75%: 11%
25-49%: 4%
10-24%: 7%
Less than 10%: 31%

Videojet Customer Testimonial

What are your top 3 operational priorities?

Reducing waste, improving overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), and improving throughput.

Project Engineer, Large Enterprise Pharmaceuticals Company

Videojet Case Study

Aspall

Introduction

This case study of Aspall is based on a December 2015 survey of Videojet customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“We used to print and apply by hand, the Videojet 9550 has made the operation a lot easier and we no longer require labour to print and apply labels. It reduces wastage on pre-printed labels that do not get used up.”

Challenges

  • Purchased their first LPA solution.
  • Purchased Videojet 9550 to reduce maintenance time on labelling systems.

Use Case

  • Darryn had previous experience with the following Label Print and Apply (LPA) systems:
    • Markem-Imaje
    • Videojet

Results

  • Received the following benefit from using the Videojet 9550:
    • Increased throughput due to the higher speeds associated with the 9550’s print engine and Direct Apply system.
  • Reduced their spare parts expenditure by 50% – 74% with the Videojet 9550 versus their previous LPA systems.
  • Increased the availability of their LPA system by 10% – 25%.

Videojet Customer Research

Do you think that TTO coders are fast enough for your coding needs?

Yes
84%
No
7%

Videojet Case Study

Lone Star Bakery

Introduction

This case study of Lone Star Bakery is based on a June 2016 survey of Videojet customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

Challenges

The business challenges that led the profiled company to evaluate and ultimately select Videojet:

  • Rates the following challenges as having the greatest impact on production:
    • Time lost on product change: the lowest impact
    • Time lost on code change: the lowest impact
    • Maintenance issues: the lowest impact
    • Monitoring line speed to meet code needs: no impact

Use Case

The key features and functionalities of Videojet that the surveyed company uses:

  • Uses the following technology to mark their products:
    • Continuous Inkjet
  • Rates the following features in terms of importance to their inline coder:
    • Speed capability: the most important
    • Code contrast / quality: the most important
    • Reliability: the most important
    • Ease of integration: the most important
    • Ease of operation: the most important

Results

The surveyed company achieved the following results with Videojet:

  • Lines run < 50 m/min.
  • Prefers more code content and faster speeds.

We have already implemented the necessary changes and have begun to put them in place.

Maintenance Engineer, Medium Enterprise Food Company



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About Videojet

Videojet Technologies, a Danaher company, is a world-leader in the product identification market, providing in-line printing, coding, and marking products, application specific fluids, and product life cycle services.

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