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New Citizen website enables simple, speedy printer specification

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New Citizen website enables simple, speedy printer specification

Citizen Sytems Europe has launched a new, user-friendly website packed with the latest product information that simplifies the task of researching and selecting a new printer. The new site guides visitors through Citizen’s comprehensive range of printers with easy navigation, helping customers in all industries to swiftly identify which ranges and products to focus on.

Users can research printer information either by range or via the Solutions button, which outlines the key requirements in specific industries and applications and then lists ...

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Pet food producer cuts costs with Citizen CL-S700 label printer

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Pet food producer cuts costs with Citizen CL-S700 label printer

The Citizen CL-S700 has provided the ideal solution for a pet food manufacturer’s labelling needs by cutting the cost of printing and providing increased flexibility.

Honey’s Real Dog Food Ltd is a traditional, family-run, old-fashioned, ethical business, with its kitchens based in the depths of rural Wiltshire.  The company sources most of its ingredients from small, local suppliers and prepares all its pet food to order.  Armed with the information provided by its customer feedback, Honey’s adjust the ingredients and quantities on an ...

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Citizen CT-S601 increases productivity for Lithuanian Post

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Citizen CT-S601 increases productivity for Lithuanian Post

The Citizen CT-S601 printer has been rolled out by the hundred to secure greater productivity for Lietuvos Paštas (Lithuanian Post), the country’s largest postal services company.

As the provider of postal, courier and logistics services to more than 800,000 customers per month, Lithuanian Post needs to work with fast, modern and reliable equipment.  To ensure provision of the best possible service, the company recently decided to invest in an equipment modernization programme.  This meant upgrading or replacing equipment at 735 stationary post offices and ...

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