Supply Chain News

  1. AML’s New Vehicle-Mounted Computer Features The Android Operating System And A More Intuitive User Interface For Vehicle And Fixed-Mount Applications

    AML, a leading manufacturer of barcode-centric mobile computers and stationary kiosks, has announced the introduction of the Paladin, the latest evolution of vehicle-mounted computing.

  2. Introducing The Impinj xSpan RAIN RFID Gateway For Inventory Management, Asset Tracking And Supply-Chain Applications

    Impinj recently announced xSpan, a new RAIN RFID gateway that delivers the real-time identity and transition detection of inventory, assets and other business-critical items.

  3. Checkpoint Reveals 3rd National Source Tagging Symposium Findings From Retailers, CPG Manufacturers; Hosted By CVS Health

    Checkpoint Systems, Inc., a leading global supplier of merchandise availability solutions for the retail industry, recently announced findings from its third-annual National Source Tagging Symposium, which was hosted at CVS Health Headquarters in Cumberland, Rhode Island.

  4. Nutrabolt Selects Logility To Synchronize Supply With Demand And Improve Customer Service

    Logility, Inc., a leading provider of collaborative supply chain optimization and advanced retail planning solutions, recently announced Nutrabolt, a fast-growing nutritional life science company, has selected Logility Voyager Solutions to help drive a more accurate forecast, align inventory and improve customer service.

  5. Low-Cost Wireless Handheld Computer Introduced

    AML announces the introduction of its new TDX20 Wireless Handheld Computer with DC Suite software. The TDX20 is a wireless handheld computer designed for light-to-medium duty environments and is ideal for applications such as inventory control or asset tracking.

  6. Real-Time Visibility Beyond The WMS

    Join Lucas Systems Tuesday, September 29 to hear real-world examples of how distribution center managers are using new Web-based reporting and management tools to better manage their operations, improving throughput and efficiency.

  7. Smartphones In The Distribution Center: A Report From The Field

    Watch this webinar replay to hear how several Dcs are using Jennifer Mobile for Smartphones, find out how ruggedized smartphones stack up to traditional warehouse devices, and hear key considerations for selecting the best mobile computer for use in your facility.

  8. Resnick Distributors Reduces Labor Costs 30 Percent Using Lucas Mobile Work Execution Solutions Featuring Jennifer Mobile For Voice Picking

    Lucas Systems, Inc., the leading provider of mobile work execution solutions for warehousing and distribution, announced the results of a recent project at Resnick Distributors, a leading regional distributor serving convenience stores and other retailers in the mid-Atlantic region. The Lucas solution at Resnick includes Jennifer™ Mobile for voice picking running on Zebra (Motorola) MC3100 mobile computers, the Engage Management Dashboard, and the Lucas Work Execution Server. Since installing the system last year, Resnick has seen a 30 percent reduction in labor costs and a 60 percent reduction in errors.

  9. DC Process Optimization Beyond The WMS

    View this case-study driven webinar replay to hear how several DCs have reengineered processes and workflows without changing WMS or host systems by using Mobile Work Execution Solutions and mobile voice-directed applications. These companies have dramatically improved the efficiency of hands-on tasks far beyond what is possible by simply voice-enabling existing WMS-driven workflows.

  10. Checkpoint Systems’ New RFID Labels For Health/Beauty/Cosmetics Categories Based Upon Latest Impinj Chip For Inventory Management

    Checkpoint Systems, Inc., a leading global supplier of merchandise availability solutions for the retail industry, recently announced at RFID Journal Live its new Slim and Whisper RFID labels for Health/Beauty/Cosmetics Categories.