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  1. Track and trace

Track and trace

Knowing exactly where a package is in the supply chain has multiple benefits for the supplier and the recipient

Thanks to the application of unique codes, such as barcodes, QR codes, RFID tags and invisible laser marking, purchased goods can now be accurately tracked & traced on their journey from supplier to end consumer. Basically, it enables all interested parties to discover whether a product is in the right place at the right time. Or not.

Suppliers of luxury goods are particularly enthusiastic implementers of the latest Track & Trace technology. It helps them avoid their products being substituted by counterfeits along the supply chain. The food and beverage industry is also keen on Track & Trace – especially with regard to getting fresh produce onto supermarket shelves on time.

“Your package arrives this morning …”

End consumers are keen to see Track & Trace implemented because it’s so much easier to make any arrangements necessary to receive the package. It also helps consumers trace information about the origin of a product and/or its raw materials, and hence the sustainability credentials of the manufacturer. QR codes are especially pertinent here.  

Packaging solutions to help you track and trace your products

Have a look at some of the solutions we can offer to track and trace your valuable goods

Do you have a track and trace question?

Our experts are ready to explain how our implementation of the latest technologies in barcodes, QR codes, RFID tagging and invisible laser marking can help you track & trace your products.

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