Here at Metalcraft, we are all about making ID solutions easy for our customers. Just like any other workplace, we like to joke around about the things we come across from time-to-time when dealing with asset tags and asset tracking systems. Below are five memes that we think typify some of the scenarios we hear regularly but come with being in the business.Read More
Even though barcodes were an early application of computer technology, users, potential users,and the general public still have questions about the common (and the not so common) barcode. With that in mind, the following websites may help to throw some light on the many aspects of the subject.Read More
Increasingly, the market demand for RFID sensors is being recognized by businesses in all sectors of our economy. Passive RFID is morphing into a powerful way to communicate sensor information and data.Read More
Ok, so you have equipment and assets and you don't want to worry about the tags falling or peeling? Lets walk through the 3 Metalcraft tips that will ensure a good bond.Read More
Returnable containers, pallets, and other mobile assets are vital to a company's inventory management and delivery fulfillment processes.
Whether its plastic, metal or RFID watch the video to see the Metalcraft asset tagging products that help ensure accurate tracking and return of these items.Read More
Ever thought of durable asset labels as heroes?
Consider their super strength, their incredibly tough skin, their super-photographic memory, and their invulnerability to freezing temperatures and searing heat.
A description of a superhero? Absolutely.
What is the basic hallmark of a superhero’s existence? Durability when facing the odds. Superman, Wonder Woman, and Spiderman plus others meet a challenge and get a job done. And so do super labels: durable labels.
And, really now, how many times could they save you from impending disaster?
Let’s see.Read More
A thin profit margin in the convenience store business puts extra pressure on inventory control, so individual Casey’s General Stores hold no inventory. Instead, delivered items are placed directly on the shelf space. The publicly-owned chain’s nearly 2,000 stores place orders which are filled in weekly shipments across 14 Midwestern states from 600,000 square feet of distribution center space in Iowa and Indiana.Read More