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SELL: Labeling Your Warehouse for a Barcode System – Product Labels #13825
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Our discussion of barcodes and managing your warehouse continues with how to label your inventory items. There are some very creative ideas when it comes to putting a barcode label on your item, so if you feel you have unique requirements, talk to a labeling expert. Here are just some of the scenarios we have seen: - See more at: http://www.a-barcode.com/blog/labeling-your-warehouse-for-a-barcode-system-product-labels/#.UqJb3_S-3pU

"I know how to label a box with my item in it, but how do I handle items that are too small to label?" Part of this answer depends on your software. If you can receive in bulk (say by the "box" or "bag") but issue by the each, you can still label the container. If that choice isn’t an option you can label a bin (or shelf) with the specific item number and scan plus enter quantity when issuing from the warehouse inventory. - See more at: http://www.a-barcode.com/blog/labeling-your-warehouse-for-a-barcode-system-product-labels/#.UqJb3_S-3pU




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