Executive Briefings

RFID Helps Compressor Manufacturer Keep Tabs on Inventory

Inventory discrepancies can cost a company many hours of wasted time and resources. Types of discrepancies can range from not being able to find material that was received to having more product in the warehouse than accounted for in your system. These problems can delay customer shipments, cause overproduction, or duplicate orders from your vendors. Campbell Hausfeld discovered it could reduce its inventory discrepancies by using RFID.
Campbell Hausfeld, owned by Berkshire Hathaway, began in 1836 manufacturing corn planters. Over time, its product mix has changed, and now the company is known as a producer of air compressors, paint sprayers, and accessories.
Source: Integrated Solutions

Inventory discrepancies can cost a company many hours of wasted time and resources. Types of discrepancies can range from not being able to find material that was received to having more product in the warehouse than accounted for in your system. These problems can delay customer shipments, cause overproduction, or duplicate orders from your vendors. Campbell Hausfeld discovered it could reduce its inventory discrepancies by using RFID.
Campbell Hausfeld, owned by Berkshire Hathaway, began in 1836 manufacturing corn planters. Over time, its product mix has changed, and now the company is known as a producer of air compressors, paint sprayers, and accessories.
Source: Integrated Solutions