With the Produce Traceability Initiative a main concern for many convention-goers, Robocom Systems International used the Canadian Produce Marketing Association expo floor to launch a white paper on Global Trade Identification Numbers.
“We recognize there is a concern in the produce industry about meeting GTIN labeling requirements,” said Fred Radcliffe, Robocom president. “We have developed the GTIN White Paper … to help produce companies better understand the options for meeting the GTIN requirements, as well as the impact of those options on their businesses.”
Robocom announced its compliance with produce traceability requirements for use on GTIN case labeling.
The company also announced a new warehouse and distribution center management program for productivity gains through voice technology.
“Today’s announcement is the culmination of a year’s worth of focused work with a number of key Robocom customers to define, build, test and implement a leading-edge voice solution,” Radcliffe said May 7.
“The integration of voice with a labor management solution is very important (in broken-case picking because it delivers high-speed performance),” Radcliffe said about the company’s new products.