Identification

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Overview

 

Ensure efficient operation and

tracking in the DC and beyond

 
 
Automatic identification and data collection play a critical role in today’s increasingly complex, highly automated supply chains. Inside the distribution center, identification systems ensure items move along the right path, informing proper divert points, value-added services, and outbound destinations. Elsewhere in the supply chain, traceability initiatives for food, beverage and pharmaceutical operations depend on scannable labels, as do step-by-step updates for direct-to-consumer delivery.
 
MHS has experience with a broad range of identification solutions and the expertise to leverage these data-driven systems for the highest performance and accuracy. From barcodes and scanning devices to radio frequency identification (RFID) tags and dimensioning equipment, take advantage of reliable, best-fit technologies to track and optimize storage, replenishment, order fulfillment and other distribution center processes. 

Our Process + Solutions

Barcodes
Barcodes

Scan with a fixed-position reader or hand-held scanner to transmit data through systems for further processing and use.

RFID
RFID

Transmit information embedded in a microchip or polymer with a smaller antenna; no line-of-sight or direct contact required.

Cubing + Weighing
Cubing + Weighing

Measure item dimensions and volume, helping determine the appropriate location for storage, placement on outbound shipping containers and more.

Multi-Model Data Collection
Multi-Model Data Collection

Enhance the data collection process by using two or more technologies.

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