The new UKCA labelling (UK Conformity Assessed) is mandated for goods entering the market in Great Britain. This blog article explains what the new UKCA label means for your marking.
Manual labeling of products is a common procedure for simple applications and small production volumes.
The Serial Shipping Container Code (SSCC) is a globally unique identification number for transport units such as pallets, containers or cardboard boxes. But what can it do and how do you print and apply the label? We show how to do it!
Learn how you can save money (and help to protect the environment along the way) by following our seven smart tips for reducing labeling costs!
Reducing operating costs, increasing productivity, improving quality: In this article, we will show you how to achieve these goals in manufacturing and logistics with smart labeling solutions from Weber Marking Systems!
Don’t let downtimes reduce your effiency: Learn how our zero-downtime labeling option keeps your production line moving non-stop!
Legi-Air 4050 B is the new Print & Apply system in the portfolio of Weber
Automate your labeling processes in order to ship faster, make customers happy and stay competitive! Learn more about the options in this blog post!
Variable data labels are used to identify, track and authenticate products along the entire supply chain. They also help manufacturers optimize their operating costs and market their brand. Learn more about their amazing capabilities in our blog post!
The growing demand for product individualization and mass customization is changing manufacturing processes. Small batch
Amazon Transparency is a new solution from e-commerce giant Amazon to help manufacturers fight counterfeiting. Check this post if you want to learn more!
With its many advantages, RFID technology offers an interesting alternative to barcode labels in order to register inventory in stores and warehouses quickly and correctly.
In order to combat the illegal business with counterfeit goods even more effectively, Amazon Marketplace may soon introduce its own serial numbers.
Barcodes can be found everywhere: on food packaging in the supermarket, on shipping packages in
Cardboard boxes are perfect for transporting goods safely. Everything it takes is the right label