The labelling solution 3PL companies have been waiting for!

E-Commerce / Mail Order drives in-line labelling requirements to higher levels and leading providers of warehouse and distribution centres typically identify traditional print and apply systems as bottlenecks – Not any more!

The QuickTamp solution eliminates that bottleneck – the fast and safe Logistics Labelling System. The fast and flexible applicator is based on a unique Tactile apply solution, were the movement is constantly is monitored and controlled, making the system totally safe for any user or object accidentally getting in its way. If the movement is restricted, the system will immediately stop and alert with an alarm or warning.



Bolstering the solution is the duty / standby arrangement when two machines are configured together therefore eliminating all media changeover downtime and subsequently meeting the demands of the rising number of 3PL companies fulfilling e-Commerce needs.

Cooperative Mode


Cooperative Mode or Co-op is the concept of running two or more printers as a group for increased capacity and/or redundancy. The Controller printer acts as the main interface for host systems and operators, and distributes the workload to the members in the group.

Benefits include:

  • Simplified integration. No need to distribute jobs to multiple printers or implementing control logic for handover.
  • Simplified operation. Operators can control multiple printers from a single touch screen.
  • Improved capacity. Adding printers increases the capacity proportionally.
  • Redundancy. Adding more printers than required for the capacity can be used for increased throughput by running without stops.
  • Scalability. It is possible to add more printers as capacity requirements increase without need for expensive integration updates.



The printer that acts as the main interface to host systems, or operators.


A printer that is part of a co-op group. Note that the Controller also acts as a member printer.

Printers are denoted as P1, P2, etc in the order of product flow, where the Controller is P1.

Typical co-op setup


The image depicts an operator touch screen connected to the first printer (P1), which acts as the Controller. Two printers are installed, with an optional third printer drawn in for future scalability.

Arla Foods - Denmark Case Study

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