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The Number One Threat To The Tool Crib Management Industry

By Raymond Lewis

The commercial workplace, particularly tool crib executives are facing an accelerating trend known as employee burglary. In a previous survey of staff of a business supply company 33% of them admitted to having some knowledge of “other” employees that have thieved tools from the workplace. Further research proved that the workers didn't feel that this was a big score, because they felt the company had serious money and could afford the loss of 1 or 2 tools here and there.

Worker burglary without delay reduces the profitability of a corporation. From a company point of view, is there a satisfactory level of burglary? The bulk of tool crib chiefs will admit that security issues, and damaged goods are just a way of life.

How Tool Crib Managers Can Tremendously Reduce Theft

The Label Rack makes a speciality of high-performance labeling supplies that will help tool crib managers sort, manage and identify tools through scannable barcode labeling systems. Many tool crib chiefs prefer a very durable label as an element of their bar code labeling supplies that come in multiple colours. This grants the barcode label to stand up to the grease and oil of a tool crib environment without losing the scalability of the barcode itself, and allow for color coding for simple visible identification.

Label Rack uses assertive adhesives and they supply multi-year life spans which are needed for heavy commercial applications. With one of the largest inventories in Northern America, Label Rack has managed to find standard and custom solutions for rescuing tool crib chiefs bottom lines and helping to extend their profits.

Many tool crib managers opt to use thermal transfer printers to print black and white worker identification stills and barcoding the employee ID number on clear vinyl to test out and in products from the tool crib. This saves the company gigantic amounts of cash by making staff accountable when going in and out the tool repository, practically gets shot of employee theft.

Dramatically improve responsibility using Label Rack’s Check In – Check Out system with sturdy labels and thermal transfer ribbons! Along with the tool tracking, Check in – check out software from Label Rack lets you effectively track gear, file folders, product samples, rental items, and any things that have revolving possession or possession. Would you like to save time and money? Let Label Rack’s solutions come to the rescue.

Label Rack’s Check In – Check Out system comes in 2 versions, standard and mobile. The standard editions of the software make allowance for info collection using wired barcode scanners attached to PC workstations. The mobile editions make allowance for information collection using wired barcode scanners attached to Computer workstations as well as the power to collect data on scanner-enabled mobile PCs. Mixing this programme with the durability of the labels that mark the product, a lasting solutions is at hand.

If you're in the business supply space and you are handling the rising trend of worker theft let Label Rack be apart of your solution. Check out our barcode label printers and barcode label scanners

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Lewis, Raymond "The Number One Threat To The Tool Crib Management Industry." The Number One Threat To The Tool Crib Management Industry. 4 Jul. 2013. 2 Aug 2014 <>.

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