Self-adhesive Linerless Tags for Baggage at Airports.

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A truly unique solution.

Dutch company eezeetags develops and produces a unique linerless self-adhesive bag tag, designed around the passenger self-tagging a bag. This technique allows the tag to have a 1 picture language neutral instruction that makes tagging intuitive
No wasteIntuitive taggingHappy passengers

Self-adhesive linerless technology.

  • Improving passenger experience
  • Up to 10x faster tagging
  • Increasing terminal capacity
  • Reducing operational costs
  • Optimizing passenger revenue

Self-Service Bag Drop Systems for Airport

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Demo eezeetags - Rockwell Collins
Gatwick South terminal auto bag drop
Self Bag Drop – simplified by Materna
Demo eezeetags -Embross
The future of self tagging is here
Introducing Bagchain gate
Demo eezeetags - Tagomat
Tagging & scanning with Sick devices
Off - Airport bag-drop using eezeetags at the Bagpoint platform.
Demo eezeetags - Rockwell Collins
Gatwick South terminal auto bag drop
Self Bag Drop – simplified by Materna
Demo eezeetags -Embross
The future of self tagging is here
Introducing Bagchain gate
Demo eezeetags - Tagomat
Tagging & scanning with Sick devices
Off - Airport bag-drop using eezeetags at the Bagpoint platform.

Hawaiian Airports Debut New Check-in Kiosks & Self-Adhesive Bag Tags.

AirportImprovement
The new self-service kiosks, 54 in all, allow passengers to check themselves in and print their own tags for checked baggage...
Hawaiian Airports Debut New Check-in Kiosks & Self-Adhesive Bag Tags.
Press Releases

Gatwick tested several self-tagging possibilities and drew the conclusion that eezeetags has the performance.

- Guy Stephenson, Chief Officer, London Gatwick Airport

The solution for a clean experience wasn't realized until we started to use eezeetags snap-tag.

- Mr. Thomas Doogan passenger experience manager EasyJet

The trial is already speeding up the process for passengers and the initial feedback has been very positive.

- Phil Holder, Head of Operations Support at Bristol Airport

After opening AutoBagdrop at Dublin Airport the bagdrop capacity grew with 200%, operational costs dropped and the passenger satisfaction tripled.

- Mr. Stephen Kavanagh CEO AirLingus
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