Your business, along with many others, may operate perfectly well using a paper-based stock control system. Reams of stock sheets are printed out, staff count or confirm the stock held on file is correct, everything is inputted and your business goes on to serve customers for another day.
As a business, there are many issues and problems that you will face, and problems have consequences. For example, if a manufactured item proves faulty, customers complain and as well as having to refund people, business reputations takes a hit too.
One of our customers, a global leader in healthcare diagnostics, located in Northern Ireland, required an automated process to apply labels and also inspect print on their bottles of test solutions.
To keep your critical operations running smoothly, you need high-performance industrial printing systems that can stand the test of time, both physically and technologically.
If you deal with barcodes, then you know you need a reliable way to create and transfer barcodes to a printer. That’s where barcode software comes in.
In this video, our partner Microscan shows you 7 Steps that will help you ensure that 100% of your labels are compliant with regulations and quality requirements at the point of label production.
Good labelling is essential to meet health and safety requirements, give an accurate description of a product and increase efficiency in product processing and handling.
Through the years, we have found that a little up-front planning and a few simple questions can ensure a successful fixed barcode scanner application.
Customers face fines, supplier disqualification, and damaged reputation when erroneous labels escape into the supply chain.
Quality control is essential, especially in the safety critical areas of Pharmaceuticals and Medicine where missing words or illegible numbers could directly affect the health of a patient. However, document verification isn’t limited to these industries.
Accurate labelling is important. Not only do you need to ensure you are complying with the relevant legal requirements of the particular industry you’re operating in, you also want your customers to know what they are buying and for the label to stand out from the sea of other labels on the shelf.
Whatever your opinion of cameras being everywhere these days, the benefits of captured images in manufacturing for quality control purposes really can’t be ignored.
Do you use an ISO, AIM or GS1-compliant verification device? It might be worth more than you think!
The pharmaceutical industry has some extremely stringent guidelines around how drugs and other products are labelled. This is why it is important to choose a high-quality Label Printer such as those we at AIS Ltd can supply.
Barcodes are everywhere. From baked beans to shipping labels they provide computers with an easy to read information panel to ensure products can move smoothly from producer to end-user.