With the leader companies from the wine industry

FECHA: 24th – 27th February 2014
LOCALIZACIÓN: Feria de Zaragoza Autovía A - 2 km 311, 50012 Zaragoza - Spain
BOOTH: Hall 5, Booth D/E
Manresa, 28rd January 2015-. MACSA ID the specialist Manresa-based business manufacturing traceability solutions and laser coding and marking systems, is exhibiting at the 20º International show of winery and bottling machinery and equipment The show will take place from 24th to 27th February in the Feria de Zaragoza, at the same time than Oleomaq and Tecnovid-Oleotec shows. In the last edition, 24.175 visitors from 31 different countries visited the show. More than 1.075 companies from the 5 continents will be exhibiting in the current edition, in 6 halls with a total exhibition surface of around 55.000 sqm.


News from MACSA I.D. at ENOMAQ

MACSA is presenting at the show the new P&A labeling equipment idBlocksthe most efficient solution to the flexible needs in the labeling applications. idBlocks is built with removable modules that are easily fixed to the machine and can be changed or replaced very fast. idBlocks has a wide range of label applicators modules to meet the most demanding market needs. They can be easily integrated within all production lines. This makes possible to place labels in any position, at different distances and adapted to the surface of the product. idBlocks labeling equipment can indeed be fitted with a range of standard accessories, including  low consumables alert, IP protection screen, scanners etc.

MACSA is also presenting at the show other products from its range, like the iCON, series, specific small character laser coders (a clean, versatile and affordable alternative to the inkjet printers); LINX 5900, continuous inkjet printers designed to provide a reliable coding, the Serie K, lasers, powerful and fast CO2 lasers that meet the needs of most of the companies to code their packaging, and the Serie HPDlasers to mark wooden boxes and barrels in the production lines for markets like the wine industry.


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