The company offers exclusive distribution of print-and-apply labelling machines made by the Swedish firm Evolabel throughout the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. It provides automatic print and apply labellers to several sectors, including the food and beverage industry, the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector, the automotive sector, the e-commerce and logistics sector, and the supply chain.
Their FlexWipe pallet labelling device supposedly functions in temperatures as low as -28 degrees Celsius without the need of insulation or a heated cabinet.
The company’s managing director, Denis Brett, has stated that digitalization has been a useful tool for increasing both safety and logistics efficiency.
Factories can become safer and more efficient when workers are removed from hazardous areas and are not required to do tasks manually. For instance, if a FlexWipe machine detects a foreign object or operative in a potential trap point, it will immediately stop and rotate away thanks to the stepper monitor’s integration of pulse encoders and specialised sensor technology. The elimination of bulky cages and safety coverings streamlines the process of switching out label rolls and inks while also reducing the amount of space required for production.
Brett elaborated that these are difficult times for many organisations due to major price hikes, but that customers’ investments in ILS’s label solutions continue to produce measurable efficiencies.
In his own words, “By offering our clients with the latest in labelling technology we are aiding them in fulfil their operational and productivity demands, as cost efficiently and safely as possible.”