labeling

How and When to Label Your Outbound Goods (BONUS: Best Practices for Labeling in your Outbound Process Area)

How and When to Label Your Outbound Goods (BONUS: Best Practices for Labeling in your Outbound Process Area)

Most often people think of labeling involving only finished goods – product that is going out the door to your customer or if you’re a master distributor, your customer’s customer. However, we are going to expand this topic by including work in progress goods that are going to a third party for some work that you can’t do in-house and means this product will come back to you for further work or just warehousing. 

For all outbound labels the key considerations can be boiled down to what needs to go on the label to satisfy:

Labeling for Success in your Warehouse’s Inbound Process Area

Labeling for Success in your Warehouse’s Inbound Process Area

This week’s article is about labeling on inbound goods – both raw materials and goods for resale.

Let’s start by looking at the basic anatomy of a label which can have at a minimum any one of the following: