Camcode’s Magnetic Warehouse Rack Label is designed for applications that require the ability to relocate labels again and again. Color graphic elements are added to a polyester face stock to identify inventory location and maximize functionality. Our Magnetic Warehouse Rack Label has good resistance to general purpose and household cleaners, mild acids, oil and water. Need help installing your Magnetic Rack Labels? Camcode now provides Warehouse Installation Services.
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All warehouses need some form of labeling to distinguish between inventory that is stored on shelves and racks. Some warehouse management practices include the use of stickers or adhesive signs that can be difficult to remove cleanly when changes are necessary. In today’s fast-paced environment, magnetic warehouse rack labels have a few important benefits over other options.
While nearly all modern warehouses contain some type of rack labeling, magnetic labels are mostly used in locations that require frequent rotation of inventory. Maintaining a flexible inventory management system can be a real challenge for warehouse operators. Here are some of the most common use cases for magnetic warehouse rack labels that we see today.