Minera Norway: Slate Manufacturer Implements Intermec RFID
Minera Norway, a Norwegian slate manufacturer, cuts slate rock into tiles and blocks used for flooring, walkways, roofing, and other applications. These products are then stored in an outdoor yard on pallets where they await shipment. However, because of the yard's size — 215,280 square feet — and large quantity of products, the company was easily losing track of where pallets were located and where their inventory was stored.
HAVI Logistics: Efficient, End-To-End Tracking And Tracing For Frozen Foods
For restaurant chains, quality assurance is vital. For a highly specialized logistics company like HAVI Logistics GmbH who supplies all the European restaurants of probably the most well-known foodservice retailer in the world several times a week with food and non-food items, it is an absolute must. As is end-to-end tracking and tracing of goods from arrival at the
logistics company through to delivery to the restaurant branch.
Mediq Is Ready For The Future With The Intermec CN50
Mediq is an international supplier of medicines and medical aids. With around 8,200 employees, Mediq is active in fourteen countries. The company constantly works on helping patients to get better and teaches them how best to deal with their condition. This allows people to feel healthier and continue to feel part of society.
Oxford Bus Company Increases Efficiency And Reduces Costs With New Ticketing Solution
When their existing pavement conductor ticketing system reached the end of its life, Oxford Bus needed a new solution for their park & ride and coach services that not only provided efficient ticket production but also gave them more data on journeys made. Following advice from Barcode-IT, Oxford Bus were able to develop a new ticketing system using data capture terminals and mobile printers that has surpassed all expectations and revolutionized their pavement conductor ticketing system.
Fort Hood Creates Unprecedented Accountability For Its IT Assets
The nation’s largest U.S. Army post, Fort Hood, tasked a G2
ITS support contractor (property manager for installation and
fixed property) with maintaining accountability for property assigned to him. This property included approximately 1,000 IT assets, such as servers, computers, network switches, and more. By Wasp Barcode Technologies
Marathon Field Computer - Supply Chain Use Case
Today’s supply chain is a nonstop series of challenges
and a nonstop quest for efficiencies. The Marathon Field
Computer aids supervisors and QC personnel in warehousing,
distribution, and manufacturing by giving them the
computing power they need in a highly mobile package.
Graduating To An Automated Attendance System
As a charter school, Hugoton Learning Academy places a high level of importance on accurately tracking the hours its diploma-seeking students are in school. The school’s funding from the state of Kansas depends upon attendance, so Hugoton Learning Academy must provide the total hours and minutes each
student attends class. In the past, students signed into school each day on a paper attendance log at the front desk, making time and attendance tracking difficult and time-consuming.
I-Class With Linear Scanner Saves Company Time And Money
A major clothing manufacturer located in California has realized an enormous savings by implementing Datamax-O'Neil I-Class printers with linear scanners into their daily operations. The company operates two order fulfillment facilities, one located in San Francisco, the other in Los Angeles. Each facility is responsible for receiving the clothing from the manufacturing facility and repackaging and shipping the items to suit each customer's order.
SOTI And Blue Dart: Delivering Daily With 100% Reliability
The Indian logistics industry is growing at a steady pace, and the country is now a prime destination for worldwide logistics service providers.
Keeping The City Of Dallas Secure With MobileAsset
For years, the Department of Intergovernmental Services used a decentralized approach to tracking assets. Each unit receiving equipment was responsible for maintaining asset records, maintenance records, and tracking which employees had
checked items in and out. However, when it was time to do grant-required inventory checks every two years, the manual process proved to be less than ideal.