If you are looking for ways to keep a check on the products or assets you own why not take a look at asset labels. If you start barcoding or asset labelling your products you will be able to maintain a stable flow of stock.
Asset labels and barcodes do the trick
Equipment auditing is a tiresome job because of the number of assets owned by a company. By asset labelling and barcoding, you can keep a track of all your assets; fixed as well as movable.
The main feature of asset labelling and barcoding is that they prevent product loss. Products with permanent asset labels cannot be sold and are easy to find and distinguish.
Asset labelling helps you to label your belongings and categorise them appropriately. They also provide information regarding maintenance routines or purchase dates etc. These labels can be personalised with your company name and logo and fixed with a permanent adhesive.
Asset labels are available in different styles and materials like self–adhesive, polyester, foil and many more. These materials make the labels durable so quality is not compromised.
There are some materials used to make asset labels which have the capacity of self destruction. If someone tries to remove the label, a word ‘void’ is left behind, which indicates that someone has tampered with the label.
Often managers lose track of their inventory, but if they use asset labels they can be track them using barcodes. With the help of a barcode scanner, products with a barcode can be scanned, this makes sorting out goods quick and easy.
There is a need for an adequate tracking programme in every company for it to run smoothly. So, if you attach barcodes and asset labels to your products you can make your organisation more efficient.