RFID or Barcode? Barcode or RFID? We’ve heard this question ever since we started working with RFID back in the early 2000s and there isn’t just one simple answer. As an impartial provider offering both technologies, we can help customers determine which course to take in the Barcode vs RFID debate.
Plastic Asset Tags
Our plastic labels are the perfect combination of high performance and rugged durability. These flexible, affordable labels are designed to conform to curved or uneven surfaces for true versatility.
Economical Labels For Any Application
Our PolyTrac labels are the perfect combination of affordability and performance. These functional and stylish polyester and paper labels are designed to work in a variety of environments and applications. Completely customizable shapes, sizes and colors make it easy to find the perfect plastic labels for your identification and tracking needs.
Barcode Labels For Every Application That Work & Last
Our barcode asset tags are designed for durability and clarity for all your asset tracking needs. Whether you need standard polyester roll label barcode tags or barcoded metal nameplates we have a product to fit your needs in every size and style.
Warehouse labels are an absolute necessity to ensure efficient operation and organization of your warehouse. Warehouse tagging and label options ranging from warehouse rack labels to warehouse floor kits and warehouse aisle signs make identification and navigation of your inventory possible.
How Casey's Convenience Stores Improved Their Distribution Using Durable Labels on Returnable Containers
A thin profit margin in the convenience store business puts extra pressure on inventory control, so individual Casey's General Stores hold no inventory. Instead, delivered items are placed directly on the shelf space. The publicly owned chain's nearly 2,000 stores place orders that are filled in weekly shipments across 14 Midwestern states from 600,000 square feet of distribution center space in Iowa and Indiana.
Problem: UID Labels needed for Hard-to-Fit Hose
The Department of Defense (DoD) has mandated that certain assets and property it owns, including assets in the possession of Defense contractors, be tracked with unique, machine-readable identification numbers (UID). The UID policy aims to modernize the largest supply chain in the world – enabling government and private contractors to manage inventory more effectively.