AM LABELS TO EXHIBIT AT PLANT & ASSET MANAGEMENT FOR THE FIRST TIME
AM Labels, an award-winning supplier of complete labelling solutions including manufacturing and warehouse automation, barcoding and RFID systems is, for the first time, exhibiting at Plant & Asset Management, on stand A10.
The Plant & Asset Management show, taking place at the NEC in Birmingham from 5th to 7th April 2022, is the UK's leading event for plant, asset, maintenance and works management engineers and directors. The event will showcase the very latest technologies and systems, including condition monitoring, computerised maintenance, handling and storage, calibration, energy management and contract maintenance.
AM Labels will be demonstrating a variety of products on its stand, including a range of barcode scanners and RFID solutions from leading manufacturers such as Zebra and Datalogic. On stand A10, the company will also be promoting TagworX software solutions from worX, which can support businesses in running their operations with increased efficiency. TagworX is a comprehensive application that can streamline inventory and asset management processes, helping to maintain accurate and up-to-the-second stock records. The easy-to-install, user-friendly software provides asset and stock management capabilities on any device, and it can also be used to identify items, manage mobile inventories across various sites or warehouses, check for missing items and flag those that require calibration.
During the three-day exhibition, Plant & Asset Management will be welcoming industrial engineering professionals and key suppliers from a range of industries. The show will also feature an extensive programme of technical seminars and panel discussions, where visitors can discover the latest technological developments and receive insights from a number of the industry's leading experts.
Brendon Bass, Sales and Marketing Manager, AM Labels Limited says: “We are delighted to be exhibiting at Plant & Asset Management for the first time, a show that will bring together engineering professionals from a range of industries. Attending exhibitions provides us with an excellent platform to catch up with existing customers and share the latest technology with businesses that are looking for new solutions to streamline their operations. We look forward to welcoming visitors to the show onto our stand where we will be demonstrating a range of the latest applications and software solutions, including innovative RFID technology, which has significantly grown in popularity in recent years.
“Here at AM Labels, we have extensive knowledge and expertise across all aspects of labelling, barcoding and RFID, and our portfolio consists of a variety of solutions that can assist businesses with their inventory management requirements. We also have our own in-house label production facility in Northamptonshire and, as a result, can produce and supply a comprehensive range of label materials to support a wide range of industries and applications.”
For more information on AM Labels Limited, please call the sales team on 01536 414 222 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Brendon Bass, Sales and Marketing Manager, AM Labels Limited
- worX software can streamline inventory and asset management processes
About AM Labels Limited:
AM Labels Limited was established in 1996 and has extensive experience and expertise in labelling, bar coding systems and software solutions, with online advice, support and ordering. The company has invested in its own on-site label manufacturing and production facility to offer customers best quality and customised labels. AML offers peace of mind to companies in the day to day running of their business. Our technical and service support is nationwide and available by telephone, or via a pre-arranged visit. We are passionate about being fully flexible and always tailor our service to each company's need, and therefore we will work with you to always find a solution.
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31st March 2022