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Transportation & Logistics
When printers aren’t printing, global supply chains fail. For decades leading Transportation & Logistics enterprises have relied on Printronix Auto ID for labeling requirements throughout their applications. For an industry that’s constantly on the move, timing, efficiency, reliability and durability are of utmost importance. Printing solutions from Printronix help transportation and logistics businesses face the demands of this major global market.
With compliance fines on the rise, companies are looking to verify their barcodes before shipping. Printronix offers exclusive Online Data Validation (ODV) integrated printers. Printronix ODV and ODV-2D printers scan each barcode as its printed, strike thru bad barcodes and reprint new ones. Printronix is the only company to offer an affordable 2D integrated barcode printer and validator.
ROI of Readable Barcodes
Say goodbye to expensive fees and returned or condemned goods. With compliance fees on the rise, the cost of a new ODV printer can be recouped by avoiding even one single fine. And unlike other validation solutions, ODV printers operate without supervision, store a record of each label printed and can be used in conjunction with RFID technology.
RFID in the Supply Chain
As a manufacturer, retailer or logistics service provider, you need to know exactly where your shipments of goods are at any time, where they have come from, and when and where they are due to arrive. Today’s intelligent warehouse utilizes a host of high-tech solutions including WMS software, RFID Tags and complex labeling operations. RFID labels offer the ability of non-line of sight data capture. Meaning it is possible to take inventory in minutes or verify an incoming or outgoing shipment in seconds. Printronix T6000 offers RFID capabilities at an affordable price. New technology reduces the cost of RFID labels by utilizing smaller labels and smaller antennas.
Cross-docking is the practice of unloading materials from incoming trucks and loading materials directly into outbound trucks with little or no storage in between. Cross docking increases efficiency and lowers costs if done correctly. One of the best ways to reduce shipping errors during this process is to print a new label at the point of application rather than from a central location. Printronix offers mobile printers or forklift mounted printers for the ultimate in flexibility or industrial printers for rugged 24/7 operations. Whichever you choose, our printers thrive in real world environments.
What is the key in getting a package from point A to point B? A perfectly printed shipping label certainly helps! Printronix industrial printers are some of the industry’s most durable and reliable printers offering years of reliable, uninterrupted service. The T6000 or T8000 are ideal for rugged warehouse environments. We also offer the T400 and T600 desktop printers for smaller mailrooms with a lighter duty cycle.
The Right Labeling Media
Choosing the right printer is only part of the success of your application. Are your labels going to be stored outside? Do they need to be water resistant or do you need an RIFD tag? GENUINE PRINTRONIX SUPPLIES will work with you to identify the right labeling materials for your needs and make sure you’re getting it at the most cost effective price available.
Customer Success Stories
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