Barcodes are on every product in supermarkets and retail shops, but as barcoding technology has advanced over the years, more and more organizations are taking advantage of these easy-to-print scannable codes. Today, workplaces of all shapes and sizes utilize barcoding systems to track complicated systems, better control processes, and boost efficiency.
Having an industrial label printer in-house is the most durable and cost-effective solution for developing a barcoding strategy. LabelTac® industrial printers and the LabelSuite™ software allows users to create their own custom labels with multiple barcoding formats to choose from. Barcodes can be used in a number of applications, including:
- Asset Tracking: Keep track of what matters most to your company. Simply assign a barcode to and label computers, electronics, equipment, vehicles, furniture, etc.
- Inventory Management: Labeling inventory with barcodes allows you to track the movement of materials throughout the production process, from when raw materials arrive to when the product is loaded on a truck for shipment.
- Rack Labeling: Boost warehouse organization and efficiency with custom rack labels. By adding barcodes or QR codes, employees walking or driving by can quickly scan to get detailed information.
- Healthcare: Manufacturing and warehousing are not the only industries that can effectively utilize barcode labeling. Barcode labels are an ideal choice for labeling tubes, vials, tissue cassettes, slides, etc.
Just to name a few! Barcodes are a simple system that can be tailored to the needs of your facility. At Creative Safety Supply, we’re passionate about efficiency and here to aid in your barcoding efforts. From expert tips to project ideas, we have the resources you need to get started today.
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