Cannabiz Supply streamlines production with in-house label printing

Acquires a Colordyne 2800 Series Mini Laser Pro

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Colordyne 2800 Mini Laser Pro

Cannabiz Supply boosts its production capabilities with in-house label printing. Cannabiz Supply is a packaging company based in Las Vegas, Nevada serving a variety of businesses in the cannabis industry.  The company acquired a Colordyne 2800 Series Mini Laser Pro, powered by Memjet’s VersaPass printhead technology, to offer customers more efficient packaging and labeling services. Cannabiz Supply originally outsourced its label production internationally, which often caused supply chain delays. The company realized it could better serve customers and reduce costs by bringing label production in-house. So, working with Arrow Systems, a leading provider of digital printing and finishing equipment, Cannabiz Supply acquired Colordyne’s 2800 Series Mini Laser Pro.

 

A game changer

Cannabiz Supply prints between 25 and 40 thousand labels per day with the 2800 Series Mini Laser Pro. These labels include branded logos and strain-specific labels with variable data such as testing results, harvest dates, best by dates and more. With its large daily production, in-house label printing allows Cannabiz Supply to do more for its customers. Now, the packaging company offers faster turnaround times, affordable versioning and high-quality prototyping while reducing its operation costs.

 

Colordyne 2800 Series Mini Laser Pro

The 2800 Series Mini Laser Pro, powered by Memjet, is a full color label press with in-line digital inkjet printing, laminating and laser die cutting capabilities. Using water-based dye inkjet to produce high-qu/ality images and text, the digital print module allows users to make packaging and label design changes on-the-fly. This is a significant benefit for the changing regulatory environment in the cannabis industry.

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