BIXOLON’s range of customer displays compliment the different variations of POS systems. From traditional POS setups to compact next generation mPOS based systems, BIXOLON’s peripheral customer displays provide stylish display options for your chosen POS operations.
The BCD-2000 is a user friendly, high reliable, Super Twister Nematic LCD Customer display. Presenting up to 4 lines of text, this traditional customer display is ideal for Retail and Hospitality solutions where clear information is required to be displayed.
The BCD-3000 is a highly reliable, mini Super Twister Nematic LCD Customer Display. Sporting a user-friendly design, up to 2 lines of text, this space saving customer display is ideal for a range of Retail, Hospitality and mPOS environments a small footprint paired with a sleek design are required.
Revealing its dynamic range of POS, Label and Mobile printing solutions for the retail market Paris Retail Week – (28-30.09.2021, Paris, France) BIXOLON (stand L039), the global manufacturer of advanced Receipt, Label and Mobile printers will be exhibiting its future ready range of POS, Label, and Mobile printing solutions dedicated to Retail operations at Paris... View Article
Manifesting its leading range of Auto-ID printing range to the Logistics Market Logistics Business Show – (20-24.09.2021, https://logisticsbusinessshow.com/) BIXOLON, the global manufacturer of advanced Receipt, Label and Mobile printers will be virtually exhibiting its industry leading range of Auto-ID label printing solutions, plus participating in the IT Hardware panel discussion at the Logistics Business Show.... View Article
Showcasing its latest range of Industrial, Desktop and Mobile Labelling Solutions for the Logistics Market IMHX Connect – (13-17.09.2021, www.imhx.net), BIXOLON the global manufacturer of advanced Receipt, Label and Mobile printers will be exhibiting its leading range of Auto-ID printing solutions for the transport and logistics market through the virtual show IMHX Connect. Built... View Article
It is estimated that the global parcel industry was valued at $500 billion in 2020, up from just $450 billion in 2018* with an estimated 284.4 billion letters being sent globally in 2019**. Identified as a key global industry, maintaining efficiency within the worldwide postal network is crucial to ensure the free-flow of letters... View Article