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Mobile Printing Streamlines Supply Chain and Warehouse Processes

By Zebra Technologies
October 18, 2011

With an increasing emphasis on cost reduction, global enterprises are looking for ways to improve efficiency and accuracy in their supply and distribution chains. To remain competitive, distribution centers, manufacturers, and short-haul and long-haul carriers must change the way they label and track goods. Success depends on maximizing efficiency throughout all supply chain operations—front to back. Exploiting mobile labeling technology is fundamental to achieving optimal efficiency.

The most effective way to improve efficiency and keep labor costs under control is to minimize the amount of time required to label materials, work in process, finished products, boxes, and pallets. Centralized labeling solutions significantly reduces productivity and injects inaccuracies; thus, even the slightest improvement to the handling process will yield significant cost savings.

The most effective way to for global enterprises to improve efficiency and control labor costs is to minimize the amount of time required for labeling. Download this white paper to learn how bar code and RFID labeling solutions offer the fastest and most accurate method to identify and track materials and products throughout the supply chain.

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