Warehouse shelf tags and labels should contain sufficient identifiers to assist workers in locating the correct racks and shelves as efficiently as possible. These identifiers can be rack and shelf numbers, aisle markers, level, and position identifiers and may also include any inventory-specific information. Most shelf and rack tags usually use a combination of barcodes and human-readable identifiers.
Warehouse tags and labels may be classified according to placement and type. Based on placement, warehouse markers often include rack/shelf labels used to identify racks, sections, and shelves, pallet labels used to track moveable units, and floor labels that are usually found in large warehouses with multiple rooms. Warehouse tags and labels may be grouped into paper, plastic, magnetic, and, at times, metal.
Our Bin Buddy™ label holders are perfect for you! Designed especially for plastic bins and totes, these holders feature a self-adhesive back and a clear, barcode-compatible window. The holders protect your labels from dirt and moisture and facilitate accurate scanning every time. The Bin Buddy™ label holders come with 4” height inserts that can be printed upon with laser and inkjet printers.
We also offer adhesive-free Tri·Dex™ label holders that can be slipped into bin slots and the labels inserted easily. Made of heavy-duty clear PVC, these don’t obstruct barcode scanning and come in a pack of 25.