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PYROTEC

TECHNOLOGY SOUTH AFRICA

T +27 21 787 9600 / F +27 21 787 9791
www.pyrotec.co.za / sales@pyrotec.co.za / more details

 
Pyrotec specialises in industry-leading product identification solutions. Our extensive service offering includes on-pack informational and promotional devices, a comprehensive range of coding and labelling equipment and self-adhesive products for offices and homes.

We are a privately-owned, proudly South African company with more than 45 years of experience in the industry. Based in Cape Town, Pyrotec has a national footprint with branches in major business centres across the country.
Over the years, we have built lasting relationships with clients in diverse industries and become renowned for service excellence, premium quality and operational reliability. No challenge is too big or too small for our team to handle!

Headed up by Managing Director Rowan Beattie, Pyrotec has three brands under our ambit: Pyrotec PackMedia, Pyrotec PackMark and Tower.

Pyrotec is a certified Level 5 Contributor to Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment.



PACKMARK – MACHINERY DIVISION


Pyrotec PackMark is our machinery division that offers a comprehensive range of labelling, coding, print & apply labelling equipment and consumables. We exclusively supply the very latest hardware from international industry leaders Markem-Imaje, A.L.Tech and Harland Machine Systems as well as a selection of other brands.

Thanks to our in-depth expertise in this area and the diversity of equipment we have on offer, Pyrotec PackMark can find the perfect solution for companies big and small, from SMMEs to large multi-nationals.

Our end-to-end service covers every step in the process of procuring new coding or labelling equipment, from project management through to after-sales technical support.



PACKMEDIA – ON-PACK SOLUTIONS


Pyrotec PackMedia offers innovative on-pack informational and promotional solutions that allow our clients to take their packaging to the next level.

Some clients want to include more information on pack for legal reasons or use multiple languages on one leaflet-label, while others want to boost sales with on-pack promotional devices or innovative pack display mechanisms.

All of these are designed to optimise packaging space, boost sales and provide unlimited potential for cost savings, waste reduction and increased operational efficiencies.

• Expanded Content Labels: Informational and Promotional Fix-a-Forms® - Multi-page leaflet labels used for promotional and informational labelling
• On-Pack Promotional Devices: ElastiTag® - Unique hang tags that can be used for labelling, branding and marketing a wide variety of products
• Merchandising Solutions: Do-It® Hang Tabs - Plastic, self-adhesive merchandise display hangers that can turn almost any packaging into a peg-ready product, guaranteed to catch the scanning eye of the consumer more effectively than products stacked on a shelf



PYROTEC PACKVERIFI


Pyrotec PackVerifi assists customers to detect and combat counterfeit activities not only in the South African marketplace but throughout the world. To provide these services, Pyrotec PackVerifi has partnered with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to resell the Global Product Authentication Service (GPAS).

GPAS is a cloud-based brand protection, track and trace, and consumer engagement service that helps organisations fight the scourge of product counterfeiting and detect grey market activity while supporting finished goods traceability throughout the supply chain from production through distribution to the consumer who, by scanning a QR code, can confirm or not that the article is authentic.

The breadth of capability and service offered through the use of GPAS is unmatched in the brand protection field. This combined with Pyrotec PackVerifi’s expertise provides the focus required to deliver a truly engaging solution built to help unlock hidden insights relating to brand perception and illicit supply chain activities and performance.

Service capabilities provided by GPAS include:

• Product identification and serialisation.
• Product traceability.
• Supply chain visibility and monitoring.
• Business intelligence and analytics capabilities.
 
 
 

CONTACT PYROTEC

CAPE TOWN

Telephone +27 21 787 9600  Fax +27 21 787 9791  E-mail sales@pyrotec.co.za  
Website www.pyrotec.co.za  

PACKMARK

Website www.packmark.co.za  

PACKMEDIA

Website www.packmedia.co.za  

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