Label applicating by hand can be a very tedious, inefficient process. Hughes Enterprises offers a range of industrial label applicators that can make this process more effective.
Our simpler models are cost-effective machines that simplify the peeling process. This equipment will present a peeled label to your operator who will then apply the label to your product. These machines cut the label applicating process in half and reduce the chance of repetitive motion injuries.
If you are looking for a more automated process, we have equipment that can also perform the actual application. Fully automatic applicators can press your labels onto nearly any surface, including glass, corrugated, chipboard, metal and wood.
Our machinery easily integrates into your current packaging lines and can be directly attached to your existing conveyors. We offer different label applicator systems that can operate at variable speeds so they will always be able to keep up with your packaging line.
Hughes offers any custom or stock labels that will run through your label applicator. We also have a full service plan to relieve any problem that may be associated with a label applicator.
Contact a Hughes Sales Representative to learn more about which label applicator is best for you.
Manufacturers we stand behind
Hughes Enterprises offers label applicating equipment from industry leader Tach-It. Contact us to learn more about our manufacturer partnerships.
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