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How to Stay in Compliance with UDI Labeling Requirements

How to Stay in Compliance with UDI Labeling Requirements

The U.S. FDA has rolled out its unique device identifier (UDI) requirements over the past several years for different classes of medical devices. A UDI is an identifier for a medical device, label or package that enables tracking and traceability. The UDI includes a...
2D Barcodes: 3 Ways They Improve Warehouse Efficiency

2D Barcodes: 3 Ways They Improve Warehouse Efficiency

Barcodes have been increasing warehouse efficiency for decades. While many operations rely on traditional linear or one-dimensional (1D) barcodes, two-dimensional (2D) barcodes have also been deployed throughout the supply chain. Unlike 1D barcodes, 2D barcodes encode...
4 Signs it’s Time to Upgrade Your Barcode Printers

4 Signs it’s Time to Upgrade Your Barcode Printers

Barcode printers are essential to the labeling process, as well as to running an efficient warehouse/distribution center. Even the toughest industrial barcode printers don’t last forever, though. Eventually, parts start to wear out and performance declines. In some...
Warehouse Cost Savings: 5 Areas to Focus On

Warehouse Cost Savings: 5 Areas to Focus On

With margins already razor thin and a competitive landscape that is increasingly driven by price, keeping costs low is a must for warehouse operators. For managers that already feel like they’ve cut the budget to the bone, finding more warehouse cost savings can be a...
What Type of Barcode Is Ideal for Your Application?

What Type of Barcode Is Ideal for Your Application?

There are hundreds of common types of barcodes, and they have been used to identify and track everything from massive train cars to tiny electronic components — even surgical instruments and living insects. With so many options available, it can be difficult to know...
How Important is the IP Rating of Your Barcode Equipment?

How Important is the IP Rating of Your Barcode Equipment?

Barcode equipment used in warehouses, factories, and in the field needs to be able to stand up harsh environments. Devices in these applications are frequently dropped, stepped on, exposed to chemicals, submerged in water, covered in dust, and in some cases even run...
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