Scan faster and reduce asset handling by barcoding and temporarily assigning assets to pallets. As containers on a pallet are filled or distributed together, the pallet’s barcode functions the same way as scanning all the assets inside the pallet. This increase in overall scanning speed allows businesses to use inexpensive and simple barcodes rather than investing in more costly, complex RFID tags for all their assets.
During deliveries, drivers can scan a pallet and record whether the pallet is being dropped off with the customer or returning to their truck. This greatly improves the traceability of expensive metal pallets and reduces the need to replace lost pallets.