Engineered With Growers In Mind
The Label Gatorâ„˘ was developed with the vision to meet new demands growers are faced with, from retailers and “big box” stores. Label Gatorâ„˘ Brand systems are pre-wired to make these dynamic market
changes a breeze for our greenhouse and nursery customers. The Label Gatorâ„˘ allows growers to cut labor costs, reduce container inventory, and react quickly to constantly changing label requirements.
Partially Pre-Printed Label & Fully Printed Label
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A Few Of Our Satisfied Clients
“The Label Gatorâ„˘ staff was very informative in the complete setup and training of our crews. Within a week our crew was running the Label Gatorâ„˘ like it had been here for years. The Label Gatorâ„˘ actually helped increase our production by setting a faster pace.”
Chad Corso Vice President, Wholesale Corso’s Perennials
TheÂ High-SpeedÂ Labeling System labels stacked pots, round and square. Product per minute is dependent on product length and spacing, but on average, this machine can process 225 pots per minute for print and apply. For apply only, thisÂ system can label up to 375 pots per minute.
Whether itâ€™s flexible labelers or tags that provide vital plant information to consumers, todayâ€™s greenhouse growers have many needs when it comes to tags and labeling system. Here, plant tag and label manufacturers discuss the biggest concerns they are hearing from growers, and how their new products are addressing these needs.
Labeling has become a challenge in recent years, particularly for big box growers who have become more responsible for printing labels themselves. To meet the new demand, a few growers are turning to automation that pot manufacturers have primarily used: the Label Gator from Great Lakes Label.
Label Gator is a complete line of automated barcode labeling equipment designed for greenhouse and nursery growers. It provides accurate label placement on a wide variety of growing containers, and key grower benefits are the elimination of pre-labeled pot inventories and less over-labeling.