Foil Asset Tags

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Foil Asset Tags
At a recent conference I was at where I gave a presentation on selecting the right tag and technology for an application, I was asked a question: 
 
"What product should I use if I have multiple types of assets in various types of environments?"

Quality System ISO9000 Compliance vs. Certification

ISO 9000 Certification

Metalcraft has the privilege of working with, literally, thousands of customers across all types of industry functions. This includes manufacturers, schools, hospitals, integrators and so on. With such a broad customer base, we have many requests to see our Quality Certifications and some are specific to certain industries. Metalcraft keeps these requirements in mind as we continually make improvements.

The True Meaning of Asset Tracking

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Mobile Asset Totes and Containers

Something as simple as asset tracking can easily be misunderstood by engineers, project managers and purchasing departments in a rush to find a solution for a track and trace, asset tracking, identification or access control problem.

The term "asset tracking" encompasses all of these fields and more. Traditionally, many companies or project managers viewed asset tracking as part of the accounting department and went around once a year looking for desks, computers and equipment to verify the existence of an item on the inventory list.

Hospital Asset Management

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Often times, when we hear from our healthcare customers, they are having issues keeping track of equipment and supplies that are necessary for them to give proper care to their patients. Things like intravenous pumps, wheel chairs and supply kits go missing at the drop of a hat, forcing employees to use their valuable time to track down what they need. When things go missing, it can also force the hospital to unnecessarily purchase new items, which causes flawed record-keeping.

Stainless Steel Barcode Asset Tags

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Stainless Steel Barcode Asset Tags

At Metalcraft, our customer base spans many industries including, but not limited to, education, parking, healthcare, beverage distribution, food service, manufacturing, construction, retail and transportation. One of the most important things about our job is recognizing the phrase "not limited to". If we keep in mind that we have an almost unlimited number of markets that are able to use our products, we are then able to create a variety of different products to meet the needs of each customer.

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