Barcode Labels - Why you Need Them

Barcode labels can be used for tracking files, asset tracking or as despatch or parcel labels.

Barcode labels are a cost effective way of identifying and tracking files or parcels. With millions of barcode variations available in any size or format, barcode labels are the ultimate flexible solution. Barcode labels can be manufactured to match your requirements exactly, mixing the right barcode materials with the right adhesive for best performance. If you’re ordering stock or are looking to create a new labelling system, barcode labels are a flexible, simple option.

Barcode Labels – Accounting for Assets

Barcode labels are used across the world in a wide variety of industries. Barcode labels can help you monitor, track and count parcels or labels. And in today’s market, delivering products, parcels or files in an accountable and on time manner is crucial for good business practice. Barcode labels are an insurance you can’t afford to miss. Barcode labels are used in educational establishments from schools to universities, medical centres and hospitals and laboratories and businesses across the world. Barcode labels work in libraries, warehouses, on electronic goods and pharmaceutical supplies helping to safeguard and account for goods and assets.

Barcode Labels for Tracking Solutions

Barcode labels can be used for a huge range of industries that need an asset tracking solution such as:

retail – for distribution or stock tracking
periodical, document or book tracking solutions
legal and insurance documents
banking records
government and security tracking
furniture manufacturers
electronic goods
The Origins of Coding Technology

The origins of barcode labels are rooted in the need to make the retail industry and commercialism more efficient and accountable. Coding technology began 67 years ago in America when the son of a grocery wholesaler in Massachusetts proposed a punch card system that would dispense products bought to customers – the first steps towards an automated checkout. Modern day barcode labels however date back to 1949 when Norman Joseph Woodland at the Drexel Institute of Technology began research into capturing product information. He devised a code that would work in the same way Morse Code worked, using dots and lines to create a visual Morse Code. Barcode lables are now used in every conceivable sector and industry, including retail. Asset tracking is integral to many business operations that need to account and track papers, goods or products.

Speak To SelectaMark About Asset Tags

SelectaMark have been at the forefront of the forensic coding industry since 1985 and have helped homeowners, businesses and schools mark over 25 million valuable items. The forensic coding products on offer from SelectaMark dramatically reduce the likelihood of theft as they deter would be thieves due to the durability of the DNA residue used in the products. SelectaMark’s products are recommended by many major insurance companies and are an excellent way to lower premiums. SelectaMark is the first true DNA marking system on the market and can mark any item of value using synthetic DNA which cannot be copied or analysed by unauthorised parties. To find out more about the forensic coding products on offer from SelectaMark, just call 01689 860757 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


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