The new all-rounder Balingen, May 14, 2009 – that surpass customer expectations: With this claim imagine the competition more and more companies and rely on the use of modern technology and logistics. Without smart and multifunctional labels problem, for example, in the retail sector. Theft protection to the fresh produce management trade without multifunctional labels no longer comes from, they are the linchpin of modern goods labelling,\”says Marc Badi, Sales Director labels and consumables from the technology manufacturer Bizerba headquartered in Balingen. Get more background information with materials from Robert Iger . In the food retail sector, so-called time-temperature indicator (TTI) serve as freshness indication. The indicator establishes the relationship between time and temperature and significantly expands the little reliable date of minimum durability\”Badr explained. TTI allows a fresh check for the complete production and supply chain, but above all also for the end user. Buettgenbach therefore confidence returns\”, depicts a further advantage The Bizerba TTI system label. Also the trade could understand sure, whether a product as fresh could be offered.
Different degrees of discoloration allow it to sort the goods according to degrees of freshness. TTI, Buettgenbach, enable a qualitative leap in fresh management. The customer gets the security that well conditioned goods offered him.\” The new generation of label can do even more. By means of radio frequency identification, RFID short, they become the hub of business logistics. Boxes, pallets, bins, shelves and individual products can communicate without human intervention on the internal and external computer networks. Electronic chips under the label, called transponders, save the details of the product and can be read without visual contact by radio. Once a commodity with a RFID tag by a customer is bought and sold out, the system displays this information according to the configuration in the camp and in the back office. The service personnel can purposefully created Gaps on the shelves remove and sort new goods\”, reports Marc Badi.