Manufacturing and Logistics Label Printer and Scanner Solutions
Supplying label printer solutions and barcode scanners to Industry for over 20 years
Bar-coded labels can significantly improve productivity, eliminate data transfer errors and assist in tracking products. This is beneficial in warehouses/production units and can also monitor attendees/delegates at exhibitions or corporate events with bar-coded wristband labels.
We have supplied label printing and barcode scanning solutions to courier companies (Securicor), food conveyor/inspection manufacturers (Loma Systems), warehouse fulfilment service (Kessler’s) and many other business sectors.
High Performance Industrial Printers
ZT600 Series printers combine industrial durability and user-friendly features with future-proof adaptability — including a factory- or field-installable RFID encoder — to meet your evolving needs for years to come. Gain greater visibility of your printing systems with Link-OS applications and managed operational and asset visibility services (OVS/AVS), plus the ability to deepen your insight into your entire business with advanced RFID printing and encoding.
High Performance Industrial Scanners
Track inventory, work in progress, speed up throughput, delivery and reduce costs
Using imaging solutions designed for warehouse supply chain operations, businesses can proactively respond to customer demand, inventory turnover and regulatory requirements. For manufacturers, imaging solutions scanners and 2D barcodes speed up delivery, reduce waste, control costs and improve customer service.
Shipping and Receiving
Shipping labels utilise 2D barcodes that contain more information and enable better data accuracy. As an example, PDF417 can incorporate many data points including the part number, plant location, lot number, weight, pack date, revision and quantity. Shipping labels may also use a mix of both 1D and 2D barcodes.
Boost Pick and Pack Accuracy
Scan the 1D and 2D barcodes on shelf labels, product labels and other barcoded labels to pick, pack and ship orders. 2D codes can offer a smaller footprint than 1D codes and may contain more information enabling better data accuracy.
Track Production with WIP
Barcodes placed on partially manufactured goods allow tracking of all materials and partially finished products at various stages of the production process. WIP excludes inventory of raw materials at the start of the production cycle and finished products inventory at the end of the cycle.
Component Track and Trace
Components tagged with a 2D barcode can be identified throughout the manufacturing process.