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CODING & LABELLING

PACKAGING DIRECTORY SOUTH AFRICA

Informed Decisions

Informed Decisions

Our story started with beer. More specifically, about problems in the beer industry around quality, shrinkage, management and so forth. Having knowledge of the brewing industry, we knew of the challenges we faced around draught beer. Our initial task was finding a way to use technology to measure all aspects of the draught beer process, from manufacturing to distribution.
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MITAS Corporation

MITAS Corporation

MITAS Corporation: the name consists of the first letters of the group’s main offerings: Marking, Identification, Traceability, Automation, Authentication, Systems and Solutions.
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Pyrotec

Pyrotec

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