Todaytec introduces thermal transfer ribbons at LabelExpo

Aims at nationwide recognition as a label printer

Shivendra Kumar, sales manager of Todaytec at the Labelexpo India 2022 at Greater Noida Photo PSA
Shivendra Kumar, sales manager of Todaytec at the Labelexpo India 2022 at Greater Noida Photo PSA

Todaytec, a China-based label printing company, exhibited thermal transfer ribbons, price tags, and labels at the Labelexpo show in Greater Noida. It is also aiming at expansion and nationwide recognition as a label printer.

Shivendra Kumar, sales manager at Todaytec said, “Manufacturing cost has skyrocketed in the past two years, resulting in an increase in the prices of our range of thermal transfer ribbons. Though we have expanded enough in terms of scalability, customer priority is and will always be our primary goal. We do not provide our range of labels to companies directly. We sell through third parties and advertise through word of mouth.”

“Our base is in China, where we manufacture labels as per industrial demand. We look forward to introducing more of our products such as our TTO printers and white ribbon tags. We aim to get into the garments tag business,” Kumar said.

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