Stafford-based auto-ID reseller Zebmec has added TallyGenicom’s flagship thermal printer range to its barcode-focused portfolio.
Zebmec gains access to TallyGenicom’s 7005, 7006 and 7008 business printers,
which complement barcodes and labels already provided to Zebmec customers.
Anthony Wingrove, director of Zebmec, said the vendor’s thermal printers have a small footprint that appeals to its customer base.
“Mostly, warehouses, distribution centres and even schools do not have the space to accommodate the large machines typical of this market. And TallyGenicom was really enthusiastic about working with us, which was refreshing,” said Wingrove.
Robbie Scott, sales manager at TallyGenicom, said: “It is a great opportunity for us. We are trying to make sure that we have thermal printer partners throughout the UK. They are based in Staffordshire and all around that area, and they almost certainly have very good customers.”
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