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  1. How The Right Printer Can Make A Difference For Manufacturers
    8/1/2012

    Information and documentation are essential components of everything that manufacturers produce and ship today, whether products need to be tracked through the production process or through the supply chain to the customer.

  2. RFID: Moving From Manual To Automated
    7/9/2012

    As companies become increasingly aware of the liabilities and frustrations inherent in manually affixing RFID labels, commonly called “slap and ship,” they are investigating a transition to automated RFID tagging. By SATO America

  3. Solesa Chooses Axis' Thermal Network Cameras To Provide Security For A Solar Field
    6/22/2012

    The state-ofthe-art technological solutions provided by Axis include: an IP infrastructure that is easy to install and appropriate for all types of terrain; an HDTV video network that may be monitored remotely via PC, tablet or smartphone; 34 thermal network cameras and 2 IP cameras that provide reliable surveillance and a reduced risk of false alarms.

  4. Asset Tracking Into The African Jungle With Real-Time Visibility
    6/18/2012

    Increasing global demand for mineral resources has sent many mining operations further into Africa to access its rich mineral deposits. These deposits, some of which are yet to be discovered, are by definition in the least accessible, most inhospitable, and most dangerous areas of the continent.

  5. SpencerARL Teams Up With RT Systems To Drive Their Warehouse
    6/14/2012

    To provide real-time visibility into inventory, RT Systems implemented their state-of-the-art warehouse management software, RT Locator, to handle receiving, put away, inventory control, order fulfillment and shipping functions within ARL Services facility.

  6. Track/Trace Solutions For The Food Processing Industry
    5/4/2012

    Recent RFID industry symposiums reveal market focus being applied to solidifying the US food supply chain position as the best and most dependable in the world. As product wholesomeness significantly impacts the population’s health, the drive to full accounting through traceability grows within the industry. By Gary Krause Director of Marketing, SATO America, Inc.

  7. Thermal Printing Cuts Cost And Adds Value For DSD
    4/24/2012

    An important part of the value of automating direct store delivery (DSD) operations comes from having the ability to give customers delivery receipts, order forms and invoices on the spot. Printing documentation at the time of the visit helps ensure accuracy, reduces paperwork and clerical labor in the back office, and accelerates the cash cycle. In some countries, it is a legal requirement that DSD companies to provide and maintain a printed record of each transaction.  By Intermec, Inc.

  8. Modi Sugar’s Adopts The Printronix Solution To Maintain Supply Chain With India’s 651 Sugar Mills And 50 Million Cane Farmers
    3/30/2012
    Modi Sugar is a leading conglomerate specializing in sugar and specialty sugar products. The group has two sugar plants, Modi Sugar Mills, established in 1932, and SBEC Sugar Limited founded in 1998.
  9. World Kitchen Seeks Printronix’s Recipe To Eliminate Unscannable Bar Codes And Cut Out Costly Compliance Fines
    3/30/2012
    Clear and reliable bar code label printing is essential with international shipping operations for a company that manufactures and markets a wide range of trusted kitchenware brands including CorningWare®, Pyrex®, Corelle®, Snapware® and Chicago Cutlery®.
  10. GHG Logistics Keeps Sushi At The Peak Of Freshness
    3/30/2012
    When it comes to a product as sensitive and delicate as sushi, quality, freshness and authenticity are critical. When Whole Foods began to open stores in Philadelphia, in 1997, they visited many local sushi restaurants to find the best and most authentic establishment, ultimately selecting Genji, a home-town favorite.
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