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S+P Samson

Labels and tags for rough environments
Germany
1978
Private
< $10m
11 - 50
Open website
S+P Samson are the specialists for strong solutions for rough ambient conditions. The GRAPHIPLAST® plastic labels and tags, renowned worldwide, made the well-established company a market leader.

Founded in 1978, S+P Samson GmbH has a share capital of one million Euros and now employs nearly 90 people. The object of the company is the development, manufacture and sales of identification systems. The company operates on premises with a size of 10,600 m2 (114,000 sq ft).

S+P Samson operates worldwide and as a Global Player, it has local sales offices and agents in all major markets worldwide. Locations include Miami (USA), Dubai (UAE), Moscow (Russia), Montreal (Canada), São Paulo (Brazil) and Shanghai (China).

Production facilities: Rotary printing equipment in flexography for variable formats, flat bed unit for intermittent punching (developed in-house), rotary die cutting unit, integrated dispensing unit for partial adhesive application. Digital Canon printer for customising tags in sheets. Product range: Continuous labels and tags, individual sheets of labels and tags, printers and accessories.

S+P Samson invests in human resources and facilities for the systematic development of new products and technologies. On average, this amounts to approx. 3% of the annual turnover. Registered trademarks: GRAPHIPLAST®, GRAPHITHERM®, STRUCTOBOND®.
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Today, there is a very diverse product range. In 2013, Structobond® was launched, a new technology which offers permanent identification. In addition, the company also continuously expanded the RFID label segment. Customers from many different sectors worldwide now depend on the reliable and innovative identification systems supplied by S+P Samson GmbH.

RFID technology offers new options.
For the optimisation of logistical processes. To stand still means to regress. S+P Samson started working with modern RFID technology intensively at an early stage, developing intelligent and practical data carriers featuring the robustness for which the company is known across the world. At the time, the labels were tailored to the metal industry, but today they are increasingly used in all sectors in which automated identification is the state of the art.

The label as a data carrier and transmitter.
Usually, the “young” RFID technology is used together with conventional information that can be read by humans – i.e. normal labels. They are data carriers for theworkers, the integrated transponder is simultaneously used for automation.

Simple and efficient.
Today, RFID technology can be used in industrial environments without any problems. Software solutions ensure that when products and/or packages are separated, multiple capture is eliminated. Better to be safe. And more efficient.

Data capture without visual contact.
The great advantage of RFID technology is clear: reading data at distances of up to 8 metres without visual contact. RFID labels by S+P Samson enable the automatic data capture and checking of material movements by crane or fork lift truck.

You would like to use modern technology to optimise your logistical processes? Contact us. Email or call us on +49 8233 846-0.
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Alping Italia S.R.L., Kasto Machinenbau GMBH & Co. KG, Aumund Fordertechnik GMBH, Evonik Industries AG; ThyssenKrupp, Bao Steel, Hebei Steel, ArcelorMittal, Gerdau, VoestAlpine
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Hardware
Hardware that enables dual directional communication for data collection and control message delivery. Examples include cellular, Ethernet, and Wi-Fi.
Sensors transform energy into electrical data; they are the eyes and ears of IoT. Actuators transform electrical data into energy; they are the muscle of IoT.
Hardware products that are used by end users that contain IoT technology.
Software
Services
Bringing together software, hardware, middleware, and infrastructure components to build an end-to-end solution based on specific client requirements.
Developing custom hardware for specific uses and operating environments/needs.
Number of Case Studies7
Automated Slab Tracking at ThyssenKrupp
Automated Slab Tracking at ThyssenKrupp
Steel slabs usually weigh between 20 to 40 tons each. After production, the surface is scaly and rusty. Outdoor storage and sea shipment expose the slabs to rough conditions. Loading ocean vessels is time consuming and total cost can easily exceed a few hundred thousand USD.RFID technology offers many benefits. RFID transponders are small, store the identity of the labelled product and enable readingout this data via antennas from a distance of several metres. However, there are special requirements for the use of RFID in thesteel sector. Firstly, the radio waves of the RFID readers are reflected by metal which creates major problems for reading out.And secondly, they must be attached securely as the heavy slabs weigh tons and can rub against each other during the transporton ships and trains, causing the labels to become detached or to be destroyed.
New GHS Regulations Require New Identification Concepts
New GHS Regulations Require New Identification Concepts
With the GHS regulations (GHS - Globally Harmonized System) the United Nations wanted to minimise the risks to human health and the environment arising from production, transport and the use of hazardous substances. Standardised danger symbols and texts now have to be used for the identification of chemicals around the world.1200 quality products not only need to be produced, they also need to be stored and shipped in a professional manner. In April 2014, a dedicated team was set up to manage the changeover to the new GHS regulations under the umbrella of the PETROFER CHEMIE ICT (Information & Communication Technology) department. It was chaired by Roland Günther and Jonas Hartmann. They subjected the existing logistics and identification processes to some rigorous tests. They analysed and conceptualised.
Fully Automated Identification in the Steel Industry
Fully Automated Identification in the Steel Industry
Different industries also have different requirements with regard to identification systems and materials. Let us take a look at the steel industry. As this is a difficult environment, requirements are very different. This applies, in particular, to the labels and tags that are used to ensure full material traceability. Raw materials and products have rough surfaces. In addition, the data carriers are exposed to enormous heat and heavy soiling. And last but not least, the whole identification process always has to be carried out under time pressure. Usually, there is a maximum of 10 seconds for the application of each tag.
Number of Hardware1
Robust RFID Label
Robust RFID Label
Robust and reliable RFID hang tag or adhesive label, which works in roughest conditions.Flexible technology selection HF, UHF, LF, NFC etc.
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