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RFID Printers Are the Future of Labeling
Every company is always looking for that next big step forward when it comes to the technology that they use. Radio frequency identification (RFID) printers can revolutionize the way you label and tag your products, and afford you the opportunity to streamline workflow and make your entire facility run more efficiently. “Smart labeling” RFID printers offer several benefits for a broad variety of workspaces, including:
- Shipping companies
- And many more
What Features Come With an RFID Printer?
Smart labels are just like standard printed labels, but with RFID chips and antennae embedded into the labels. It’s much easier to track a product when the chip is encoded with pertinent data. The label itself is just like any other one—it’s compatible with any image, text, or barcode, only it now allows for simple and effective asset tracking. RFID printers are designed to encode data with a simple and seamless application process.
Broad Range of Applications
Inventory control is a critical aspect of any facilities day-to-day operations. The more information you have on-hand and can accurately account for, the easier it is to make necessary changes to your process and further streamline your workflow. RFID chips can diversify a label’s function—whether it needs to contain information about the contents of the package or set off an alarm in case the item is being shoplifted, it’s always better to use more versatile methods. An RFID label can also convey thorough shipping instructions, making its delivery a more safe, secure, and predictable process.
Being able to print and encode data onsite is a critical component of improving your process. The data that comes with every package is unique—shouldn’t the label on top be representative of that? RFID printers make printing those specific labels that much more simple. You want as much control over your product as possible. The easier it is to operate equipment in-house (without having to take several extra steps in-between packaging and shipping), the more likely you are to become a trusted provider for whatever product you’re shipping.