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Domino Printing Sciences

Domino Printing Sciences

Domino is the leading business within Domino Printing Sciences. Founded in 1978, the company has established a global reputation for the development and manufacture of coding, marking and printing technologies, as well as its worldwide aftermarket products and customer services. Today, Domino offers one of the most comprehensive portfolios of complete end to end coding solutions spanning primary, secondary and tertiary applications designed to satisfy the compliance and productivity requirements of manufacturers.  These include innovative ink jet, laser, print & apply and thermal transfer overprinting technologies that are deployed for the application of variable and authentication data, bar codes and unique traceability codes onto product and packaging, across many industrial sectors, including food, beverage, pharmaceutical and industrial products. 

Domino employs 2,600 people worldwide and sells to more than 120 countries through a global network of 25 subsidiary offices and more than 200 distributors.  Domino's manufacturing facilities are situated in China, Germany, India, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and USA.

Domino’s continued growth is underpinned by an unrivalled commitment to product development. In 2012, Domino was awarded the Queen’s Award for Continuous Achievement in International Trade. 

Domino became an autonomous division within Brother Industries on 11th​ June 2015.   

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Domino Printing Sciences | 15-Oct-2012 | Technical / White Paper

No matter how powerful the software, the performance of a supply chain depends on efficient coding and marking of the product and its packaging. The correct...

How stakeholders are driving coding & marking solutions

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Domino Printing Sciences | 28-Sep-2012 | Technical / White Paper

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