• The Schütz Info-ID is a QR code on the existing label that is attached to every IBC labelling plate.
    The Schütz Info-ID is a QR code on the existing label that is attached to every IBC labelling plate.
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Schütz will be displaying its Info-ID system at this year's APPEX, which it says offers accessibility to even more product and application-specific information. This is a QR code on the existing label that is attached to every intermediate bulk container (IBC) labelling plate.

Users can scan the Schütz Info-ID with any internet-enabled mobile device and are automatically directed to the individual product page on the company’s website. Alternatively, this page can also be accessed manually by entering the alphanumeric code provided in plain text under the QR code of the ID on the website.

The product page contains plenty of additional information, such as the respective packaging specification, brochures, leaflets and data sheets as well as guides and videos in several languages. On the dedicated page for each IBC users of the Schütz Info-ID can send technical and commercial enquiries direct to the Technical Customer Service or the Schütz sales team.

At APPEX 2024, the Schütz team will be on hand to discuss the benefits and applications of the Info-ID system, as well as its Product Stewardship Award winning bulk packaging solutions, including the Schütz OC PE drum, a high performance open head drum that has newly joined the groups extensive portfolio of intermediate bulk containers. 

Visit Schütz at Stand E015. APPEX is taking place on 12-15 March at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Free registration is open now.

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