Verilogic provides turn-key, fully integrated solutions that incorporate the best in Auto ID technologies. These systems capture critical information in the manufacturing process, identify and track the genealogy of products, cartons, and pallets. Powered by sophisticated systems to print, apply, scan and report in real time - we increase accuracy and productivity.
Solution Based. System Driven.
Verilogic develops identification systems custom tailored to your business requirements. These systems provide the tracability required to accurately identify your product from the raw material to the finished and delivered product.
Our system is your solution:
Pallet Trak™ - The Pallet Trak system automatically identifies each pallet produced. A unique pallet license plate barcode label is printed and applied to each pallet allowing it to be tracked through the distribution system.
Package Trak™ - The Package Trak system provides item and case level identification. Whether it be simply applying a prime label to an item or a print and apply system with barcode verification of UPS and FedEx shipping labels. The Package Trak system can be adapted to your requirements.
System Experts. Custom Solutions.
Our team of system engineers solve business problems by identifying, creating and implementing the Verilogic system that solves your businesses identification needs. We provide:
systems design to ensure all goals are met
equipment evaluation and recommendation
software development specific to your process
installation that is timely and complete
complete system documentation
training to ensure a seamless transition
ongoing single source support on all hardware and software
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