Domino Printing Sciences


Domino Printing Sciences
Founded 1978
Headquarters Cambridge, United Kingdom

Company Profile

Domino’s products include innovative ink jet, laser, print & apply and thermal transfer overprinting technologies. These are deployed for the application of barcodes, variable and authentication data and unique traceability codes onto products and packaging, across many sectors, including food, beverage, pharmaceutical and industrial.

Our expertise in digital printing is unrivaled. With a world-class range of digital printers to fit your specific requirements, we can find the right solution for any industry. Offering high resolution, high-quality coding and marking, for even the fastest web presses and production lines, our solutions create clear codes consistently.

Products / Technology

Coding, Marking & Labeling

- Ax-Series (Continuous Inkjet Printing)

- C-Series (Outer Case Coding / Large Character Printing)

- D-Series (CO2 Laser)

- F-Series (Fibre Laser)

- G-Series (Thermal Inkjet Printing)

- M-Series (Print and Apply Labeling)

- Macrojet (Value Inkjet Printing)

- V-Series (Thermal Transfer Overprinting)

Digital Printing

Full Colour InkJet Label Press - High print quality at flexo speeds for all label sectors

K-Series - Creating high-resolution text, bar codes, graphics and variable data onto a wide range of uncoated and coated media, plastic cards and label stocks

Binary - Used by the commercial printing industry to print addresses, graphics, numbers, barcodes and other variable data onto a variety of substrates such as plastic cards, tickets and tokens

Continuous Ink Jet - A fast, reliable and high-quality printing solution with seamless integration for high speed numbering and personalisation

Controllers - Combining data preparation tools with modular solutions for in-line ink jet printing


Founded in 1978, the Domino Group employs more than 2,800 people and operates in over 120 countries. The company has manufacturing facilities in the UK, US, China, Germany, India, Sweden and Switzerland. Domino became an autonomous division within Brother Industries in 2015.

Domino received seven nominations at the 2019 The Manufacturer MX Awards, walking away with the ‘Supply Chain Excellence’ and ‘People and Skills’ accolades, and the runner-up prize for ‘Manufacturer of the Year’. This is the third year in a row that Domino has won awards at the event, after winning ‘Operational Excellence’ in 2018 and ‘Supply Chain Excellence’ in 2017.

Domino’s continued growth is underpinned by an unrivaled commitment to product development. In 2017, Domino Printing Sciences was honored with its sixth Queen’s Award – the UK’s most prestigious awards for business performance. This latest accolade is for the innovation of our A-Series i-Tech range of industrial continuous inkjet printers. Prior Queen’s Awards recognized Domino’s technological expertise, excellence in export and international trade.

In 2016, Domino’s 7-colour N610i digital inkjet label press won the European Digital Press Association’s award for Best Label Printer category.


PETplanet Insider Articles

Issue 10 / 2017: Digital printing in white

External links

Domino Printing UK Website