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Increasing output and accuracy with automated labelling

Automation has a long history in manufacturing, allowing manufacturers to streamline their production, saving time and money. See how automating your logistics labelling can help increase output and accuracy in your operations.

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In today’s growing marketplace automation is crucial for manufacturers to remain competitive in their industry. However, deterred by the financial investment of automated systems, many producers are still completing labour-intensive processes like carton or pallet labelling manually.

 

The Advantages of Automated Labelling

Labelling in logistics is a key component of traceability throughout the supply chain, and the application is just as important as the label itself. Applying the label is typically the final step before sending the carton or pallet out the door. Ensuring this is done as efficiently and accurately as possible provides manufacturers with the competitive advantage of getting the product to the consumer faster. This is exactly what automated labelling systems can achieve, along with several other key benefits:



The journey towards automation may seem daunting, but it’s clear that the benefits to the business greatly outweigh the initial cost of the investment. Automating label application can streamline production and provide consistency, assisting to increase output while maintaining traceability throughout the supply chain. Ultimately, automated labelling systems can be seamlessly implemented into production, and provide an excellent return on investment. Looking for more information on automated labelling and how it can improve your operations? Click the link below to find out more.

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