Leibinger
CEO Christina Leibinger promises, “Leibinger is ushering in a new era in product coding and marking at the interpack.” Source: Paul Leibinger GmbH & Co. KG

Leibinger, the global innovation leader in coding and marking systems, will be presenting an all-new coding and marking system at the interpack in Düsseldorf from 4-10 May 2023. With the ground-breaking innovation, the company is raising the benchmark and promising a new era in the marking of, for example, best-before dates and other codes on a wide range of materials.

“Especially in the case of cost-sensitive applications, such as in the F&B sector or in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) segment, it is decisive that the marking runs smoothly and without any interruptions. We have developed an entirely new coding and marking system that delivers exactly what it promises: absolutely worry-free printing. We will be bringing our innovation to life at our interpack trade fair stand,” reveals Christina Leibinger, CEO of Paul Leibinger GmbH & Co. KG and explains, “Also worthy of mention is the fact that the new system boasts the lowest operating costs in the industry. Just one of the reasons we are talking about a new era.”

Leibinger can be found at the interpack fair in Hall 8B, Stand D26.

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