SATO launches new consumables programme
SATO Europe has announced the launch of a new customer-focused approach to its labels and ribbons ranges, in response to demands for greater operational efficiency and waste reduction across global supply chains.
PJM RFID source tagging solution enhances efficiency
SATO has built an end-to-end supply chain PJM RFID source tagging solution for Italy-based orthopedic implant manufacturer LimaCorporate. The solution, comprising hardware, software and tags, centers around SATO’s next generation PJM RFID technology for source tagging of implantable products prior to both gas and radiation sterilisation, enabling a new streamlined workflow not possible using barcodes or conventional RFID products.
SATO enhances range with PV4 mobile printer
SATO has underpinned its leading range of labelling solutions with the launch of its new PV4 mobile printer, a next-generation mobile printer aimed at providing operators with enhanced efficiency across supply chains.
Effective data management for the hospitals of tomorrow
According to a recent report compiled by four leading UK organisations, patient and pharmaceutical data has ‘the potential to significantly transform healthcare’. It makes sense therefore that the huge amount of data available to today’s healthcare providers is captured and utilised effectively.
The last inch to the IoT revolution
Everywhere you look, the IoT is driving commercial innovation. Smarter inventory management, delivered through RFID location-based technology, is removing human error and the costs of manual checks and missed deliveries. Sophisticated data capture is driving enhanced customer insight, leading to increased revenue and profitability. And operating costs are being slashed as processes become more efficient and less reliant on manual labour.