RFID Labelling for the Warehouse Industry
Warehouses are increasingly using radio frequency identification (RFID) to complement or replace traditional barcode-drive processes. RFID tags and labels are applied to items and programmed with identification information. Compared to a barcode, the labels can be scanned and located remotely without having to immediately see the item or its label. RFID technology provides warehouses with an innova...Explore
Mobile RFID Labelling for Warehouse Management
Warehouses of all sizes continue to adopt radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to dramatically streamline their data capture. RFID labelling offers several advantages for warehouse management over standard barcodes including inventory control and a reduction in errors. Desktop RFID printers may limit the benefits of RFID labelling. Due to the printer being fixed or stationary, it requ...Explore
XL5-40 Exclusive Linerless Label Printer, A Game Changer for Cost and Environmental Solutions
improvements, environmental regulation and TCO reduction are key points of all
businesses. Manufacturing and T&L are more focused on improving operations
like inventory management, shipping labelling, order releasing and packing.
solutions are a simple way to enhance the work process and reduce costs. Linerless
media is a...
Development in Label Printing
Since the introduction just-in-time delivery, asset management and enterprise productivity label printing technology has played a key role in product identification to allow easy asset documentation and tracking.
As there is increased pressure to improve the collection or data, many companies are moving away from traditional pen-and-paper processes and investing in technology to in...