Pryor to showcase leading marking and traceability solutions at Factories of the Future Expo 2017

Pryor, a world leader in marking, identification and traceability solutions, will be exhibiting at this year’s Factories of the Future Expo. The Sheffield-based specialist is set to showcase its advanced traceability software and a selection of its laser marking technology.

Pryor’s team of experts will be on hand throughout the event to discuss the many advantages its traceability software offers, such as reducing quality escapes via unique component traceability, process control and data capture. They’ll also be available to answer questions visitors may have on how to integrate the software into existing systems and how to maximise its performance to ensure total traceability.

In addition, visitors to the Pryor exhibition stand will have the opportunity to see and experience the company’s popular laser marking products first-hand. Pryor’s stand-alone and production line integration laser markers have set the industry standard for reliable, high quality laser marking.

“The Factories of the Future Expo is the ideal exhibition to be presenting our range of laser markers and our traceability software,” explains Alastair Morris, Sales Director at Pryor. “We’re looking forward to meeting with event visitors and explaining how our products and solutions can be seamlessly implemented into their manufacturing processes to enhance traceability, while allowing them to achieve cuts in costs and waste and eliminate quality issues at the same time.”

The Factories of the Future Expo, which is co-located with the Industry 4.0 Summit, takes place on 4-5th April 2017 at Manchester Convention Centre in Manchester, England.

Learn more about Pryor and its comprehensive range of permanent marking, identification and traceability solutions at www.pryormarking.com.

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