Our history of innovations began with our predecessor American Technologies (AT) and continues today through our relationship with Hewlett Packard and others.
• In 1975, AT invented Amjet  jet inks to print on metal, glass and plastic containers. These Amjet inks paved the way for continuous inkjet printing and AT’s Videojet printer soon became a success in coding beverage cans and bottles.
• In 1983, AT developed high performance Domino Amjet printers and made CIJ printing affordable, reliable and easy to use. The Domino Amjet printer became the preferred choice for coding all consumer packaged goods including food, beverage, pharmaceutical, personal care and household products.
• In the 1990’s, AT Info developed Autoprint print and data management software for on-demand, just-in-time printing of variable text and barcodes on labels and packages.
• In 2000, AT Info developed high definition thermal inkjet printers and high volume ink delivery systems for printing identifiers and logistics information on outer shipping cartons with HP inks.
• In 2012, AT Info expanded its printer line to include Trident and Funai (aka Lexmark) technologies.
• In 2014, AT Info introduced new Autoprint thermal inkjet printers and revolutionary new HP inks that print high definition messages on non-porous substrates like chipboard boxes, metal cans, glass bottles and plastic containers, pouches and flexible film.  These new printers and inks are bringing AT Info full circle back to coding primary product unit packages where we began.