As a general guideline, medical experts recommend 10,000 steps a day as a good level of activity for personal health. To get to that number, I walk everywhere; taking the long way just to elevate my step count. However, the same 10,000 steps may not be a sign of health in your business . . . especially when it comes to your label printing operation.
Centralized Label Printing
Printing labels at a centralized location and then bringing them to the point of use is petty standard practice in many business. However, centralized printing has it's flaws. It may seem like a big deal, but it does take time to walk back and forth to a centralized place to pick up labels. And if changes are required, the trip is being taken more than once.
Labeling at the Point of Use
As evidence by the study conducted by Zebra Technologies, mobile printing brings label printing to the point of use and can significantly increase productivity throughout the supply chain. Read the Full White Paper
However, if you already have stationary printers that are doing a good job of printing labels, you may not have the resources to invest in mobile printers.
Never fear. Newcastle Systems has the answer . . . Mobile Workstations!
Newcastle Systems provides mobile workstation cart solutions to suit the specific needs of a broad range of industries including manufacturing, distribution, retail, healthcare, and education.
Because of the activity level in a typical warehouse and the importance of knowing exactly what you have in inventory and where it is located, the DC is a good place to start when considering mobile workstations for labeling at the point of application.
Wondering which unit is best for you? Visit our website for more information on mobile workstations from Newcastle Systems
Are there areas in your organization that could benefit from labeling at the point of use? Not sure where to start? Contact us to start the conversation!