Established in 1988, Codico was set up to distribute and support Domino Printing Sciences coding and marking equipment throughout Ireland. Our solutions enable manufacturers to print late stage information on to products and packaging; expiry, use by and best before dates, batch & model numbers, logos and barcodes (linear and 2D datamatrix or GS1 standard). We are a GS1 Ireland registered solutions provider.
Last year we celebrated 30 years in business.
Our Domino printing technologies include continuous inkjet, laser marking (Co2 laser and fibre laser), thermal inkjet printing, thermal transfer over print, print and apply labelling. We also provide the commercial printing market with DoD (drop on demand) technology and digital printing capabilities.
Through our partner Intrex we provide our customers with stand alone labelling heads and bespoke labellers.
We also supply a wide range of fibre, UV and green lasers, complete with workstations and vision systems from our partner ACI Laser.
Our customers include some of biggest names in global manufacturing in such sectors as Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices, Food, Beverage, Dairy, Construction Materials, and Aerospace among others.
No matter the size of the project, Codico can provide our customers with a turnkey bespoke coding and marking solution to meet the modern day demands of automated product production and sophisticated packaging requirements. Our solutions comply with numerous regulatory standards including 21 CFR Part 11 and GAMP.
Headquartered in Waterford with a subsidiary facility in Newry, Co. Down. Codico employs over 30 employees in various fields of expertise: Technical Sales, Project Management, Service Engineers, Training, Marketing, Warehouse and Administration.
We offer a world class aftersales service. With a Service Department team consisting of 7 field based service engineers we cover 32 counties in Ireland (North and South of Ireland). We also provide customer onsite and offsite training courses for all of our products. Codico now averages an emergency breakdown response time of 8 working hours.