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Austin Elling is the Director of Marketing at Metalcraft. Austin leads the Metalcraft in various marketing avenues including print, search, content and social media marketing.

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Metal RFID Tag

A ground-breaking RFID tag thought to be impossible to produce just a few short years ago, the patented Metal RFID Tag introduces a new class of metal-based RFID tags that combine all the great features of metal nameplates with the power of RFID.

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Metalcraft & SATO Provide Seamless On-Metal Tag Printing, RFID Encoding Solution

SATO America, a leading global provider of Auto-ID solutions that empower workforces and streamline operations, and Metalcraft, a world class leader of durable nameplate, label and RFID products, announced that Metalcraft’s Universal Mini Onsite P

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Personalized Labels: Discovering How Even the Smallest Business Can Enjoy Barcode Convenience

In the past, smaller retail businesses were prohibited from enjoying the convenience and efficiency of personalized labels.

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Tamper Evident Stickers - Improving Safety and Reducing Liability

Perhaps there was a time when businesses could offer sensitive items up for retail sale and rest assured that they would not be tampered with, stolen, or altered; however, that time has long since left our consumer culture.

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Asset & Barcode Labels: Tips for Organizing Data Storage

Barcode labels and asset labels can certainly help when you either manually scan the cartridges, or scan via an electronic system -- But how will you organize your labels?

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Inventory Labels Crucial in Asset Management

Shrinkage...the difference between actual inventory on hand and what it should be according to purchase and sales records.

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4 Overlooked Asset Tracking System Gotchas

There are lots of things that must be thought-out, planned and documented when tagging assets.  With so many successfully implemented projects under our belt, we consistently see 4 things that routinely get overlooked or under-valued when asset tracking systems are implemented. 

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