And recently, I
read a saw a video from ColorDyne, a competitor as we don’t resell their
printers, on one of their customers, Soli, color coding their food
products. See it here:
Second, on-demand, color-coded labels are flexible. Prior to on-demand color, Soli purchased preprinted labels which are totally inflexible. Soli needs to make changes on the fly; including developing new dishes. With preprinted labels, Soli was constantly stuck with label stock, creating waste and obsolete inventory.
Third, on-demand, color-coded labels are affordable. In the video, Brown says his preprinted labels were costing as much as $0.90 each in the small quantities need for each SKU. Now Soli is paying only $0.19 each per printed label.
|Foodie Fit Label|
|Brite Labs Label|
Read more here:
|Tyson Tools Labels|
And one of the first posts I ever was a part in creating involved logistics; again from a million years ago. Read how Tubelite uses color for staging and shipping. In the post, Scott Moray said, “Because we can identify shipment materials for any particular day, we require less time to load and unload, allowing our internal personnel and drivers to be more productive.”