At PackPlus 2016, Domino showcased its V-Series range of Thermal Transfer Overprint (TTO) coders which can print variable data, bar codes and images at 300 dpi quality onto flexible packaging films and labels for a wide range of manufacturing and packaging applications in the food, pharmaceutical and industrial segments. Domino also showcased its range of Continuous Inkjet (CIJ) printers which can print easy-to-read text and graphics to enable product identification on substrates from food, glass and plastic to metal and rubber.
In India, Domino is performing fairly well in several segments such as FMCG, automobile, pharma and food amongst others. It is also focussing particularly on the burgeoning SME segment (Small or Medium Enterprise), where it hopes to achieve a significant breakthrough and growth. Although the market is still unorganized with a host of companies providing end of line coding, Domino, founded in 1978, has established a global reputation for the development and manufacture of digital inkjet printing technologies, as well as its worldwide after-market products and customer services. Its services for the commercial print sector include digital inkjet printers and control systems designed to deliver solutions for a complete range of labelling and variable printing applications.
According to Domino, all its printers are designed to meet the high speed and quality demands of commercial printing environments, bringing new capabilities to a number of sectors including labelling, publications and security printing, transactional, packaging converting, plastic cards, tickets, game cards and forms, as well as direct mail and postal sectors.
Domino employs 2,600 people worldwide, sells to more than 120 countries through a global network of 25 subsidiary offices, and has more than 200 distributors. The company’s manufacturing facilities are situated in China, Germany, India, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and the USA. Domino became an autonomous division within Brother Industries on 11 June 2015.