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Saito have met the Enviro-Mark® Bronze Requirements

Saito have met the Enviro-Mark® Bronze Requirements

Enviro-Mark Certification means the company has or is developing an environmental management system, or a set of procedures and policies to manage all environmental impacts, risks, and aspects. Certified companies can be one of five levels depending on how far along...

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Saito Australia are on the move…

Saito Australia and Spectrum labels are moving to one new site at 30 Morrisby Street, Geebung in Brisbane. All phones and emails remain unchanged for now. Move commences 22 April and concludes mid-May. 30 Morrisby Street

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Saito acquires Labels Global NZ operation

Saito acquires Labels Global NZ operation

On the 24 August 2018 Saito settled on the acquisition of the customer base and stock holdings of Labels Global NZ operations - a parallel importer of “Meto” branded Products. Saito has been the exclusive distributor for “Meto” since 2012 and this acquisition brings...

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Saito Trade & Technical

Saito Trade & Technical

After a huge effort by the team, relocation is finished and we are operating at 52 Victoria Street in Onehunga. Our Head Office and manufacturing plant in Tawari street facility is now undergoing a make-over to improve operational efficiency and work...

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Saito are Expanding!

Saito are Expanding!

Dear Valued Customers, Due to business expansion, both Saito Trade and Technical Division will be moving into a new site on the 7th May 2018 So, for all sales and services enquiries on all hand labellers and consumables; printers and repairs, and inkjet...

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Early price increase forecasts feared grossly understated

Early price increase forecasts feared grossly understated

On December 6 2017 Saito posted advance notice to its clients of pending price increase. Now the December report from “think tank/data amalgamator” www.industryedge.com.au has forecast increases double what we had anticipated. The report covers many aspects of all...

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Price increases on World Wide basis

Price increases on World Wide basis

After years of low or static prices we are seeing a big shift upwards in material supplies globally. This has been driven by increasing demand and capacity reduction over the past decade as paper mills closed as uneconomic or environmentally unfriendly. New capacity...

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