Do you sell to the government?
Will your products end up in the DoD supply chain?
If so, you will need to comply with MIL-STD-130 including UID labeling, or MIL-STD-129 including RFID labeling or maybe both. This requires a complete understanding of the work flow from getting the labels right to managing the data via WAWF and UID Registry.
And it’s proven that most don’t get their labels right the first time. This can translate to delay in shipments and certainly impact the timeliness of getting paid! Worst case is, you may be subject to penalties that can exceed your profit on the entire job. Either way, whether it’s your customer or the government, some one isn’t happy and you loose.
There is a lot you will need to know in order to successfully comply. To help you get started, WincoID has put together several publications to help you understand the basic of military labeling.
Read more about MIL-STD-129 and RFID shipping and container labeling here and MIL-STD-130 and Item level marking here or download a copy of our MIL-STD-130 eBook and a copy of our MIL-STD-129 eBook.
Or choose from a list of common questions and topics:
- Are you required to provide UID labels? >>more
- Do I need to verify my military labels? >>more
- Pre-print and verify the labels for you >>more.
- Configure a printing system for on-demand UID labeling and RFID printing
- Manage the data – and your entire DoD labeling workflow
For more in depth, interactive forum, consider attending one of our DoD Labeling Seminars.
There are numerous documents, online training and ways to simplify your DoD labeling. With so many resources and specifications, some times the hardest thing is figuring out where to begin.
If that’s you, then call David Holliday at 603.598.1553 x237. It doesn’t have to be complicated. With Winco ID, you’ll see just how easy it can be. Got a dead line or a shipment waiting, you are just a call away from taking care of your labeling requirements.