Storage and Work Areas

Sign and Marking Systems

  • 8th July 2015

All warehouses must have a sign and marking system. It is the basis for an effective handling system within a warehouse, giving correct and fast identification for picking as well as loading of goods. An article register is often linked to the label system and gives information, status, of actual stock level and ordering. Faults during picking are often related to a poor marking and could simply be avoided by an evident and rational marking of the store, shelves, beams and aisles.

The label system consist of information notice boards, aisle signs, labels and holders for marking of beams in pallet racking and the front of shelves in shelving systems. Letters and figures on etiquettes including label protection. Etiquettes can be designed with self self-adhering back side.

Barcode labelling.

All you need for an effective and rational marking of a warehouse. Our sign and marking systems are always designed to suit the customer specification and to every individual warehouse design.

The sign and marking system of Constructor consist of:

  • Label holder, self-adhering or with magnetic tape for different kind of shelves and beams from the Constructor range of products. (Rack83, Dexion, P90, HI170, HI280)
  • Aisle signs, flat or angled design
  • Information notice board
  • Card holders for pallet frames
  • Self-adhering letters and numbers
  • Pre-printed warehouse marking labels
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