Label goods on the spot and receive into inventory immedi-atelyPrint labels on the spot, save time and energyLogistics, in its literal meaning, consists of the coordination of the flow of goods involving people, facili-ties, or supplies. Usually, the beginning of the process starts with receiving goods at a warehouse and preparing them to be stocked into inventory which oftentimes includes labeling. An error-free receiving process will allow for a quick turn-around for sales. The need for higher grade receiving process and system is critical, and TSC can provide the perfect tool to accomplish this goal. Label goods on the spot and receive into inventory immedi-atelyPrint labels on the spot, save time and energyWarehousing companies also used printers to print out labels for the goods in the receiving area. When a truck arrives, an employee would need to rush to the back office and print out labels with expensive industrial printers, and again travel across the large warehouse to the receiving area. After much moving around in the warehouse, an employee then has to mark and count the products along with signing the goods into the warehouse, which is usually also a manual process. When there are a lot of goods waiting to be processed at the same time, these time consuming procedures can delay the re-ceiving time and even cost blockage at the entry point. Label goods on the spot and receive into inventory immedi-atelyPrint labels on the spot, save time and energyMost TSC printers are equipped with Ethernet making it easy to place multiple printers in a large ware-house. The affordability of TSC printers can improve costs for large warehouses that need multiple printers. Placing multiple printers in the receiving or shipping area can eliminate the need for the em-ployee to travel back and forth to print labels and check for information. By saving product information in a central database and printing it out electronically, it can successfully reduce human errors such as writing down wrong information or sticking on the wrong labels. The employee would only need to print an exclusive barcode label and the goods can immediately be received into stock. Clearly label shelves and goodsCentralized database shows stock status and locationConsumers are now accustomed to a quick turnaround time from when orders are placed to when items get delivered with some large companies having a turnaround time as quick as 6 hours. Fast de-livery time depends on a strong internal processing team and in order to have a strong team, products must be correctly and efficiently labeled in the first place. This is why shelf labels are so import ant to logistics. Clearly label shelves and goodsCentralized database shows stock status and locationTraditional logistics warehousing uses manual registration forms to record where the goods are shelved in the warehouse. Different departments may even use multiple forms, so it may be possible for a piece of cargo to be handled by multiple people. Any mistakes in the chain may take up a lot of time and manpower to correct cargo infor-mation. There’s always a risk for mistakes so long as the registration process is done manually. TSC can help to solve this issue by assisting in building a new labeling system along with suitable printers and scanners. The entire storage management information process can be planned and closely monitored, eliminating possible mistakes and improving processing time. Clearly label shelves and goodsCentralized database shows stock status and locationDuring receiving, the goods have barcode labels on them and are transported by forklifts or other vehi-cle to the shelf where it belongs. The forklift or other vehicle may have a scanner or computer on it as well. After the goods are secured on the designated shelf, the corresponding barcode is scanned again to make sure the goods have arrived in place. Each movement is saved in the central database, so the goods can be tracked at any time; all steps are watched over to minimize the possible errors. Fast order picking and distributionAvoid human error, tailor label machines to the central systemOrder picking is a very important part of logistics and distribution. It is done according to the customer's orderor the distribution center’s delivery plan. An employee must find the goods efficiently and accu-rately from the warehouse. After sorting, collecting, and making sure all the items in the order are pulled and boxed, it must then be placed in the shipping area for shipping. In terms of overall handling costs, the picking operations account for about 90% of the cost, and about 30% to 40% of the overall distribu-tion center operating time. Therefore, if the efficacy of picking is improved, the overall distribution oper-ation would also have a decisive impact. Fast order picking and distributionAvoid human error, tailor label machines to the central systemEmployees used to spend time consuming offline operations such as signing off on paper during pick-ing. Today, there are more clients, deliveries are done more often and the expected delivery time is also shortened. The delivery center must also upgrade its operation method to accommodate faster turnaround. The TSC team can provide a suitable label printer for the logistic flow and enhance the speed of operation. Making sure that all the goods are sorted according to specific requirements such as delivery or size can also increase the efficiency of distribution. Fast order picking and distributionAvoid human error, tailor label machines to the central systemThe operator only has to scan the goods’ barcode to know which shelf it is located in. After picking, the goods would then be sent to the collection area to be sorted to the designated delivery area. Employ-ees do not have to constantly double check or manually check out goods. All information is recorded in the central database, which can also be opened to the clients for tracking. Keep track of shipments in real timeScan and print on the spot, enhance distribution efficiencyOnce the goods are out of the warehouse, there are a variety of factors that can affect transit. Uncer-tain factors can adversely affect delivery times. The delivery company’s time and manpower spent during the storage period may be completely wasted, and the delivery company would need to pay extra for this loss if the goods were mislabeled or loaded improperly. Therefore, it is vital that informa-tion be accurate. Keep track of shipments in real timeScan and print on the spot, enhance distribution efficiencyAfter the delivery personnel has received delivery information they would need to do number counts and load the delivery truck, as well as confirm the route and place for delivery. In the past, all this work was done by offline solutions, such as manual, maps, and forms. The delivery personnel would have to sign off on all the paperwork along with delivering hundreds of parcels per day. While most delivery per-sonnel usually work alone, they need to take care of the deliveries as well as provide friendly services to the clients. With so many deliveries each day, having an efficient system to keep track of packages is an important tool for companies to have. Keep track of shipments in real timeScan and print on the spot, enhance distribution efficiencyAn employee can be equipped with a scanner and a TSC label printer on their delivery truck. Every time an employee arrives at a dedicated place, a label can be printed from the portable printer for the receiver to scan and for the dispatching personnel to scan back into the system for confirmation. If a cargo arrives at a transit center, a com-patible scanner and database can also record the location and arrival time of the cargo. Also, if there is no label or if information is lost, a new label can easily be print-ed on the spot.