Brother UK teams up with Renovotec

Brother UK has signed a new partnership with Renovotec, a supplier of auto-ID and automated technologies to warehousing and distribution centres across the UK. The company, which generated £50 million in sales during 2021, will now provide Brother’s TJ range of high-volume industrial label printers, the RJ series of mobile devices, and the TD line of desktop models to customers under the new agreement.

Ged Cairns, Head of Auto ID at Brother UK said: “This partnership represents a strategic move on the part of both ourselves and Renovotec. We’ve made significant investments in our range of specialist labelling devices in the last few years to help retail and warehouse settings work more efficiently and productively.

“Renovotec’s unrivalled presence and expertise in this market allows us to effectively reach major operators with our new and established solutions – at a time when the rise in ecommerce is making labelling technology increasingly essential to smoothly manage order fulfilment.”

Richard Gillard, CEO at Renovotec added: “This partnership with one of the UK’s leading print providers strengthens our offering to existing clients. Brother’s products as well as its principles significantly align with our own ethos, boosting the service we can provide to our customers.

“Brother’s commitment to sustainability is also increasingly valuable to see, with our customers scrutinising the environmental impact of companies in their supply chains. Its “At your side” motto also gives us and our customers peace of mind – knowing that through every purchase Brother’s dedicated end-user teams will be on hand offering end-to-end support across our markets.”

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