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Industries depend on Printronix Auto ID
Worldwide, major industries lean on Printronix Auto ID to service their supply chain requirements. With a proven track-record in providing solutions to the automotive, food & beverage, retail, transport /logistics, and government & utilities industries, it’s time to see what we can do for you.
Global sales of passenger cars alone surpassed 73 million units for the year. Each of these vehicles are made up of thousands of parts that are marked, shipped and tracked effectively by barcode labels.
Food & Beverage
Few industries are as dependent upon their supply chain as the food and beverage sector. With a $7.6 trillion market, and global food exports valued at $1.46 trillion, success in this industry is driven by effective supply chain.
Labeling requirements for Manufacturing have evolved to include more information per label, the use of 2D barcodes, RFID labels and the need for 100% readability when delivering to retail establishments. Printronix has a printer to help you meet each of these goals.
Mobile printing improves business efficiency and productivity. With increasingly competitive warehouse, manufacturing and retail environments, mobile printers deliver measureable ROI in worker productivity and error reduction.
Transportation & Logistics
For decades leading Transportation and Logistics enterprises have relied on Printronix Auto ID for labeling requirements throughout their applications. From mobile printers to industrial printers, Printronix keeps the supply chain flowing flawlessly.
Warehouse & Fulfillment
As technical requirements in the warehouse increase, Printronix Auto ID introduced a complete line of high performance printers to meet these requirements including RFID, Barcode Validation and Wireless Control.
Customer Success Stories
As an industry professional, when you replace thermal printers or design new solutions, you have the opportunity to make your client (e.g., the IT manager, warehouse manager, purchasing manager, etc.) more successful in their position and improve the overall...
Besides 2D barcodes, automotive manufacturers have begun to capitalize on another technology in their production, shipping, and receiving processes: RFID. RFID – radio frequency identification – uses RFID tags and chips to hold data, much like barcodes do. These tiny...
Across many industries, bad barcodes – blurry, too light to read, and unable to be scanned – wreak havoc every day through all steps of the supply chain ecosystem, affecting B2B and B2C customers alike. Faulty barcodes can impact every aspect of a business, from your...