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Barcode Duplicator Blog
Posts by Symbology Enterprises:
Point-of-Pick Barcoding Made Easy With Zebra & BarTender Cloud (Examples)
Time is money. And in the warehouse, steps are money. Efficiency of physical movement is crucial. Printing and scanning barcodes at the point of pick saves precious steps and movement, cutting labor time and cutting travel from the pick location to the shipping area.
7 Types of Temperature Monitoring Devices (Zebra & TempTime)
Temperature intelligence throughout the supply chain.
Labeling Cloud Software: Making Business Easier & More Profitable
Having constant labeling headaches? Cloud software might be just what the doctor ordered.
Sustainable Labels & Printing Supplies: How (and Why) to Switch
Choosing the right labels, ink, printers, paper stock, cartridges, and other supplies is important. Companies today are looking for green alternatives, ways to be more sustainable, ideas to help protect the environment, and options that decrease their carbon footprints.
UCC-Compliant, GS-128 Barcode Labels: Medify Air Case Study
In just a few years after launch, Medify Air went from a small start-up one of the most popular air purifiers sold on Amazon. But when initially signing up for Amazon's third party reseller system, they faced a major barcoding challenge. Here's a look at what that challenge was, and how they overcame it.
Warehouse Makeover Case Study: Quadra Furniture
Quadra Furniture is a residential staging and turnkey furniture company in New York City. They create interiors that feel elegant and personal, and their aesthetic aims to tell the story of a space. Established in 2005, they’ve been growing bigger each year.
In fact, they grew so big and so fast that they couldn’t quite keep up with inventory and logistics. They had old software managing their warehouse and old inventory procedures. They needed a change, and fast.
Warehousing Mapping Case Study: Ascent ERP
Solo World Partners, a global manufacturer, distribution, and assembly firm had a warehousing problem. They needed to find a solution for one of their clients, Sisamex, a Mexico-based worldwide auto parts manufacturer.
Cheap Product Labels = Expensive Billbacks
The hidden costs of cutting corners on product label supplies.
Motor Rebuilders Require Advanced Nylon Labeling Capabilities
Metropolitan Distributors, aka Roberts and Sons in Garfield, NJ rebuilds DC motors. They can rebuild starters, generators, hydraulic pumps; basically anything that has a DC motor.