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Reference guide for warehouse labeling released

Book is a complete reference guide for label projects for warehouse or industrial automation projects.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
August 03, 2011

Dasko Label, an industry leader and innovator in providing custom printed labels, tags and signs for warehouse and industrial automation projects, has just released a new publication entitled: “The Book: Labeling A Warehouse and other Industrial Label Applications.”

Book is a complete reference guide for label projects for warehouse or industrial automation projects. This guide will help you understand bar code specifications, label and sign materials and creative design solutions that will maximize your system ROI. Included are application pictures, sample designs and a variety of bar codes for test scanning.

Dasko is offering the guide free of charge to anyone responsible for labeling warehouse locations, inventory, pallets, totes, work-inprocess, tools or equipment.

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