Labels in extreme conditions
For a long time, signs were produced using a conventional printer to label the plants in the greenhouses and botanical gardens for visitors. However, since these plant labels could not withstand the extreme climatic conditions in the long term, an alternative was sought. Through a field report from another botanical garden, they came up with laser technology.
"In a tendering procedure of a public client, the most economical offer must be taken. Decisive factors are not only the acquisition and follow-up costs, but also the availability of on-site customer service," says Dr. Ludwig Martins, scientific director of the Gruson Greenhouses. That is why the decision was made in favor of Trotec.