The Role of the Site Survey in The Decision-Making Process

“Integration” is a term taken very seriously by CTM’s sales support staff when discussing a prospective customer’s purchase of an automatic labeling system. CTM offers a variety of modules, including the merge, air-blow, and tamp, which can configure a system to meet the exact needs of each of our customers. Read more

How Sales Support Can Help You to Choose Between the Three Modules

When purchasing an automatic labeling system, plant managers are making an investment in their facility, their staff’s morale, and in their client relationships. It’s important to ensure that this purchase meets the specific needs of a given plant, and part of that decision lies in the choice between the three application modules offered by the 360A Series Labeler. Read more

How the 360a’s Versatility Allows it to Integrate into Your Plant

Plant managers often supervise sites with changing needs. Those needs may change from project to project on a frequent basis, or over time. The machinery a plant manager purchases may, over the years, become unable to meet the demands of a site’s changing operations. Fortunately, CTM’s 360a Label Applicator demonstrates the type of versatility needed by facilities whose requirements evolve over time. Read more

How the Ability to Choose a Module Saves You Money

Purchasing an automatic labeling system is a major investment for any plant and requires financial considerations before and after implementation. Not only is the initial cost a factor, but those in the market should also analyze potential needs for adapting the equipment to various projects. The 360a Series Label Applicator, by design, reduces future costs by equipping users with a modular system that can be easily modified to meet changing labeling demands without an additional capital expenditure. Read more

How to Assess Your Needs: Merge, Air-blow, Or Tamp Module?

Plant managers in the market for a sophisticated automated labeling system should make several careful considerations before buying. CTM’s 360A Series Label Applicator is an excellent choice for most potential customers, but its versatility requires the end-user to make decisions about which applicator module best suits their needs: the merge, air-blow, or tamp. Read more

CTM’s 360A Series Label Applicator: An Overview of Its Versatility

When investing in a piece of equipment integral to your plant with enough longevity to become a mainstay of your day-to-day operations, you need an automatic labeling system that combines a variety of features which add up to maximum versatility. CTM’s 360A Series Label Applicator offers that much-needed versatility due to four important features. Read more

How Ease of Integration is Key When Purchasing an Automatic Labeling System

Ease of integration is a “must” consideration for any plant manager contemplating a purchase of an automatic labeling system, especially as you make decisions about the specific components you purchase. From our sales experience to our manufacturing process, CTM ensures that the piece of equipment you purchase will integrate seamlessly into your workplace, designed specifically to meet the needs of your team and the projects they need to complete. Read more

When Sales Support and Engineering Work Hand in Hand: How Their Partnership Benefits the Customer

When plant managers begin the process of purchasing an automatic labeling system for their workplaces, many factors influence their decisions to work with a particular vendor. For the busiest managers, a seamless decision-making experience is key. When customers have hectic schedules and other priorities on their to-do lists, they need support from their manufacturer to ensure that the process of purchasing the right piece of equipment is as painless as possible.
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What Every Plant Manager Knows: The Key to a Successful Purchase Lies in Manufacturer Credibility

A strong customer-manufacturer relationship is founded on mutual respect and excellent communication. As a plant manager, you want to be sure that the manufacturer of your next labeling system will be knowledgeable, dependable and there for you throughout the life of the system. CTM believes that the best way to ensure manufacturer credibility is to visit the manufacturer in person. Read more

Save Your Company Time in the Long Run by Conducting a Site Survey Prior to Purchasing a Labeling System

Searching for the ideal labeling system is about more than purchasing machinery. It’s about acquiring a system that will work in harmony with your entire operation and be a vital asset to your overall productivity. The right equipment means optimal efficiency, ensuring that no downtime will occur because of inadequate machinery. A quality manufacturer understands these needs and works as a trusted partner in helping you make this very important buying decision. Read more