Stallion shows Honeywell PC42T

Automation Expo 2016

Satyanarayan R Varma, software programmer at Stallion Systems. Photo PSA

Established in 1966, Stallion Systems is a leading company for providing solutions in track and trace systems through barcode labels, RFID tags and software. The Kochi-based company showcased Honeywell PC42T – the low cost entry level printer along with inkjet coding solutions, laser marking and print and apply systems at Automation Expo 2016 held from 22 to 25 August at Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai. Stallion has been a partner for DatamaxO’Neil, a supplier of industrial printers and software, since the last 20 years. Honeywell acquired Datamax-O’Neil last year. Satyanarayan R Varma, software programmer at Honeywell says, “Earlier, we have participated in many events such as RFID workshops and MSME seminars to understand about the implementation of products. In the last five years, there has been an increase in the growth of RFID tags. Right now, our products are mostly supplied to warehouses.”

Recently, Stallion has signed an agreement with Rockwell Automation to provide management solutions for their clients’ warehouses located at various countries including India. Godrej, ACG and few other companies from the automobile sector and different industries and services use their products and services.

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