Marktec Engineered Marking, Labeling, Code Dating and Packaging Solutions
Marktec Products, Inc. is a New York State chapter “C” corporation founded in 1982. Since the beginning, we have focused on providing solutions for marking, labeling, code dating, and bar code printing applications. We concentrate on bringing and supporting leading edge marking, labeling, and bar code scanning technologies to our customers. We are the most experienced independently owned industrial distributor in New York State, providing production line code dating and case/tray labeling equipment.
Marktec now offers a comprehensive line of packaging equipment which includes Uniform and Random pressure sensitive case sealers, manual and automatic L-Sealers, bundlers, electric shrink tunnels, shrink labeling equipment, tamper evident banding equipment and steam tunnels.
Because we have a comprehensive line of marking and labeling systems, we focus on customer application requirements, not on one particular marking system or supplier’s offering. Our primary concern is what’s right for your specific need.
Marktec has a large industrial base of marking systems installed at customer sites. We have developed the knowledge, technical expertise, and the ability to enable us to recommend with confidence, the best technology and appropriate system for your specific need.
We then provide you with knowledgeable customer service, comprehensive field service support and bench repairs at Marktec when needed, on a timely basis. Operating Supplies and Parts are readily available as well as telephone support for equipment, software, and inquiries.
We provide technical sales and service visits to your facility to enable us to understand your specific requirement, to observe your production line operate, and answer your questions. We provide equipment demos also for immediate needs.
Marktec provides software and hardware solutions for database management of print and bar code messages including message creation, labeling, message storage and retrieval; line operator downloading of messages to a specific printer; inserting variable information such as batch, lot, and line numbers and logos; linking multiple printing systems together; and interfacing databases to mainframe inventory and accounting systems.