Magazine: Merely labelling precisely and fine…

By: Gyarmati Orsolya Date: 2020. 11. 30. 07:24
Burányi Zsófia, GS1

Zsófia Burányi
PR and marketing manager
GS1 Magyarország

The pandemic has profoundly affected the commercial processes and highlighted how important exact and up-to-date records are. With the help of its SzabványMenedzser software, GS1 supports its users in creating proper barcodes and in preparing those for printing. With e-commerce gaining ground, retailers need to focus on barcodes and standard identifiers. One of GS1 Hungary’s most popular service provides a ready-to-use coding and labelling tool. The company has also undertaken to harmonize retailers’ different claims on labels, thus reducing the risk or errors – Zsófia Burányi, PR and marketing manager told.


Steinhardt Márk, SGS

Márk Steinhardt
food industry expert
SGS Hungária

Food labelling is fairly complex, loaded with a number of specifications and a quite large margin of error. SGS Hungária Kft. helps its clients with detailed recommendations and instructions to create labels that comply with the Hungarian and international regulations in force. Last year, a conference series was launched as well that features food law and the dissemination of information on labelling – Márk Steinhardt, food industry expert informed. COVID-19 has in no way affected the regulations of labelling, even if it may raise questions on food safety.


Csuthi Béla, Mizsepack

Béla Csuthi
managing director

Mizsepack Kft. has not perceived any significant change in packaging trends. Their partners, however, have grown somewhat more careful with ordering. After the shock the industry incurred in the first wave, Mizsepak digitalized cliché making, developed the production of foil labels and artificial casings, as well as updated its energy utilization. And even if the trends show towards digitalization, we need to maintain a diverse machine portfolio to be able to meet different customer demands and ensure that manufacturing is profitable – Béla Csuthi, managing director said. //


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