Learn how to find the correct warehouse printer October 31th, 2018

Learn how to find the correct warehouse printer

Working in a warehouse means printing big amounts of labels in a harsh environment. Printers used in a warehouse need to perform high volumes of work whilst still being hard-wearing, long lasting, and simple to operate with minimal user training. At the same time, they need to be cost-efficient and be small in size in order to slide in small spaces, while are easily accessible in order to change the ribbon with minimum effort.

In order to select the correct printer for your needs we present all the vital requirements that any warehouse printer should meet. When looking for a new printer for your warehouse check the checklist below and make sure your need printer meets these traits:

  • Cost effective
  • Perform high volumes of work
  • Hard-wearing
  • Long-lasting
  • Easy-to-use
  • Small-sized
  • Easily accessible
  • Fast-printing
  • LCD display

The answer to these requirements

The printer that meets all these requirements comes from Citizen’s CL-E700 table top label printing series models, which are packed with features usually reserved for higher class machines. Designed and built for easy operation and service, they include the proven Citizen Active Ribbon Control and Positioning (ARCP™) mechanism, which guarantees sharp, high quality print results.

The entire series is made up of three printers; the CL-E720 which prints in thermal transfer and direct thermal at 200mm per second in 203dpi; the CL-E730 which also prints in thermal and direct thermal however at 300dpi and 150mm per second; and finally, the CL-E720DT, which only prints in direct thermal at 200mm per second in 203dpi. This range ensures that all the needs of the warehousing industry are met. Each of these printers is a robust, durable machine suitable for high-volume daily printing jobs.

Contact BlueStar today to obtain your own warehouse printer.


Samantha is BlueStar's Digital Media Specialist, and the primary contributing writer for VartechNation. Previously, she has worked as a Public Relations Associate and a Social Media Manager.