Using visual signs and labels most appropriate for your facility can keep your warehouse working smoothly and help prevent accidents. This article shows how the use of such visual aids can reduce the risk of accidents related to block stacking. What is block stacking? Block stacking is a warehouse storage method in which goods are stacked directly...
Premium-quality RFID, barcode labels and floor marking specialist, inotec, recently completed an impressive warehouse identification project for leading fashion footwear retailer, schuh. The company awarded inotec the identification project as a result of previous work it had successfully undertaken at the schuh warehouse and distribution centre in Scotland.  The latest project was for schuh’s new...
Kubota (UK) Limited recently selected inotec for an interior signage and floor marking project at its large warehouse in Thame, Oxfordshire. Kubota is a market leading worldwide supplier of agricultural, groundcare and construction equipment. In addition, the company also has a diesel engine division that supplies distributors and OEMs with a variety of applications. The...
In its quest to provide ever more reliable RFID labels and tags for its customers, the inotec group has recently invested in a new state of the art UHF RFID/Auto-ID measurement and performance test system. The new technology is installed at Winckel GmbH, a company the inotec group acquired in January 2021.  The test system,...
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology now plays an important part in automotive engineering and supply chain management. This technology has become a popular way to track and trace products, material flow and assets for car makers and automotive component suppliers. RFID in the automotive industry involves attaching RFID tags or labels to virtually any manufacturing...
The business case for the use of radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology in retail is growing.  The last decade has seen the read accuracy of the technology double and its reading range more than quintuple. The average cost of an RFID tag, however, has fallen significantly by 80 per cent, and the price of RFID readers has...
The famous German soft toy manufacturer, Margarete Steiff GmbH, recently became a Tonies® partner opening up a profitable new market segment. The partnership has permitted world-renowned Steiff branded cuddly toys to be marketed as a collection of Tonie Steiff branded cuddly toys. To enable the transformation, Margarete Steiff GmbH, selected inotec to supply five million...
The premium quality barcode and RFID solutions provider inotec is currently producing 40 million RFID identification cards for a market-leading international discount supermarket chain. The exceptionally large RFID card order was placed after the discount supermarket’s strategic decision to install new crate track and trace systems. Due to be completed in 2024,  the project which...
As the market leader in the supply of premium specialist barcode and auto-ID labels, the inotec Group continues to enjoy sustainable growth. To manage the rising demand for its products and drive further expansion, the company has strengthened its management team with the appointment of two senior executives.   It has appointed a new general...
RFID and barcoding are two different forms of AutoID technology used for reading and collecting data. In business, they are commonly used for asset and inventory tracking.  Each form of technology has its own set of advantages and disadvantages depending upon how the technology is used. Understanding these can help you choose which technology is...
Your facility floor supports the constant motion of employees and vehicles in your workplace.  Appropriately marked floors are an effective way to prevent potential injuries that can occur in busy workspaces. They also help to ensure the efficient and safe use of space and keep storage items neatly organised and easy to locate.   What...
What is RFID? RFID is an acronym for radio-frequency identification. RFID uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. At a simple level, an RFID system consists of a tiny radio transponder, a radio receiver and a transmitter. In warehouse management, the technology is used for identifying products and assets and...

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