Potential Impact of COVID-19 on Automatic Labeling Machine Market

Posted by anna on January 21st, 2021

Automatic Labeling Machine Market – Introduction

The automatic labeling machines are used for the marking purpose. In other words these machines dispense, apply or print-and-apply labels to various items, products, containers, or packages. The labeling equipment can be used for various objects, such as bottles, glass and other plastic materials. The automatic labeling machines has its usage in the packaging industry that do these operations diverge from completely automatic print and apply high production units to simple manual dispensing devices do these operations vary from completely automatic print and apply high production units to simple manual dispensing devices. Labeling machines are intended to apply labels to a variety of products and packages.

Because of their multiple uses, different types of stickers are able to adhere to a variation of surfaces, such as glass, aluminum, fiber drums, steel and plastic. The labels can be molded in a assembly of designs and colors to guarantee that there is an appropriate label for every product need. There is a wide range of labeling machines on the market, reaching from high production units that allow for complete automation of the print and apply process to manual devices that deliver for simple label dispensing. Manufacturers make labels for numerous purposes, such as shipping addresses, product information, bar codes and inventory control and pricing.

Automatic Labeling Machine Market – Competitive Landscape


Krones AG is a German packaging and bottling machine manufacturer. The company is prominent manufacturer of lines for filling beverages in plastic and glass bottles or beverage cans. It also manufactures stretch blow-molding machines for producing polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles, plus fillers, labellers, bottle washers, pasteurizers, inspectors, packers and palletizers. Krones product portfolio is consists of material flow systems and process technology for producing beverages, plus syrup kitchens, for clients like breweries, dairies and soft-drink companies.

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SACMI (Societa Anonima Cooperativa Meccanici Imola) is a global manufacturer of machines and complete plants for the packaging, ceramic tile, beverage, quality control process, and plastics industries. SACMI is headquartered in Imola, Italy. The company has branches in Singapore, India, Portugal, Iowa, US, Russia, Indonesia, Germany, Mexico, Spain, Iran, Brazil, and Egypt. The company was incorporated and founded in 1919.


Sidel is a manufacturing company providing packaging equipment for liquids such as water; carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks; and sensitive beverages like tea, coffee, liquid dairy products, milk, juices, nectars, isotonic and beer. The company manufactures and services equipment that enables other companies to package such liquids using PET. It specializes in filling machines and blow-molding equipment, and also produces labellers.


The company is a supplier of filling and packaging systems based in Dortmund, Germany. The company offers filling lines for glass and PET bottles, kegs, and cans for the beverage, food, and non-food industries, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Salzgitter Klöckner-Werke GmbH, a member of Salzgitter AG.


Founded in 1967, Scintrex Geoscientific Sensors is based in Canada. The company engages in the development, manufacturing, and sales of geoscientific sensors and solutions for mining, oil and gas, academic, archeological, and environmental industry. It possesses a vast product line of magnetometers and gravity meters made for the sea, air, and land.

Some of the key players operating in the global Automatic Labeling Machine market with significant developments include Krones, Sacmi, Sidel, KHS, Herma, Promach, Marchesini Group, Etiquette, Pack Leader and Novexx Solutions among others.

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