Barcode/Identification/Inventory Equipment (55)
Providers of vehicle manufacturing plant barcode ID and related inventory management systems.
Aalstec Data Corporation in Windsor, Ontario.
A provider of bar code products and services including automated data collection equipment, labels and ribbon, bar code printers, scanners, wireless networking, bar code and EDI software, EDI custom programming and VAN (value added network) services.
AIT Systems, Inc. in Detroit, Michigan.
An EDI software vendor. Expertise in SECURE FTP, SECURE HTTP, EDIINT AS2, RFID Systems. Integrated EDI and bar coding, RFID tag generation. Offerings include RFID, bar coding equipment and supplies, installation, training and support.
Argon Tool & Manufacturing, Inc. in Madison Heights, Michigan.
Suppliers of steel stamps and stamp holders including metal marking devices, impact presses, computerized marking machines, steel stamps, pneumatic presses, data plates, stamp holders, air hammers, custom data plates, custom engraved steel stamps, air impact markers, electric branding tools, custom die engraving, roll marking machines, custom branding heads, hand stamps, retainer & backing plate sets, foil transfer and branding machines, special hand stamps, bottoming markers & retainers, and other marking products.
Auto/Con Services, LLC in Fraser, Michigan.
Provides support services to automotive clients such as turnkey solutions focusing on system engineering & design, field installation & start-up, training and support. Staff includes engineers, programmers, technicians and specialists experienced in automation, assembly and machining. Capabilities include scheduling, project management, inventory management, total quality control, and maintenance support.
Barcom, Inc. in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
A barcode solutions provider. Areas of expertise include transaction data collection systems, multiple data collections systems, custom software solutions, data collection hardware, radio frequency identification (RFID) systems, and mobility systems, etc. Systems integration services include application analysis & review, design & consulting, documentation & training, hardware & software installation, hardware selection/procurement, project management, custom programming, radio frequency (RF) site surveys and network reviews, systems analysis, testing, system design & consulting.
BCC Distribution, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A bar code system provider. Services include complete solutions including hardware, software, and labels/ribbons. Deliverables include radio frequency scanners, PDF417 scanning, IP printing, sequencing systems, RFID and automotive compliance systems.
Blackhawk Systems, Inc. in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A provider of fully-integrated paperless shop floor management software solutions to repetitive automotive suppliers. Services include tutorials and consulting.
Borries Marking Systems in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A manufacturer of machines and systems to permanently mark a wide variety of products.
BOSS Automated Barcode Systems in Milford, Michigan.
A supplier of product identification and tracking solutions including continuous form laser printers and products and related software applications.
Code Corporation in Draper, Utah.
Designs, develops and manufactures automatic identification and data collection devices, accessories and application enablement systems. Capabilities include reading and decoding of all open bar code symbology types.
Computype, Inc. in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A provider of component labeling and tracking products and services for internal manufacturing efficiencies; label applicators; engine compartment module labeling; harsh environment labeling; heat seal labels (for air bags, seat belts and interior components); warranty returned parts tracking; print-and-apply labeling systems; on-demand label printing systems; scanners, thermal transfer printers; integrated print-and-apply systems (work-in-process & packaging/product labeling); and software (error proofing, label printing, data collection).
Datalogic Automation, Inc. in Telford, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of automatic identification solutions. Products areas include bar code scanners, CCD vision systems and RFID technologies.
Datamax-O'Neil Corporation in Orlando, Florida.
Specializes in the design, manufacture, and marketing of products for bar code and RFID labeling including thermal demand printers, label, ticket and tag materials, and thermal transfer ribbons.
Datanational Corporation in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Publishers of the RF-ILVS™ (radio frequency in-line vehicle sequencing) system focusing on implementing and supporting manufacturing execution systems for automotive suppliers.
Dematic Corporation in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Designs, manufactures and installs material handling systems for manufacturers and others. Services include supply chain analysis, system design, project management, and implementation of integrated solutions, including: paperless picking technologies, automated storage and retrieval, material flow conveyors and high-speed sortation systems. Also provides integration of hardware, controls, and software allowing visualization and optimization of material flow, business processes, and supply chains.
DENSO International America, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of powertrain control systems including diesel injection products, engine control components, and system control components. Electric systems including engine electrical products, safety and chassis systems products. Electronic systems including body electronics and electronic devices. Thermal systems including air conditioning, cooling systems, and environmental systems such as radiators etc.
DiCentral Corporation in Glendale, Wisconsin.
Develops and sells AutoLine release management and EDI software and hardware for the automotive industry. Services include support for communication, EDI translation, shippers (ASN and DESADV), bar code printing and scanning, scheduling/forecasting, RFQ/RRFQs, data import/export, web-based supply chain EDI, document reconciliation, and MRP/ERP interfaces.
Dynamic Robotic Solutions, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of flexible manufacturing systems utilizing five- and six-axis robots. Products include turnkey robotic systems for the automotive and other industries. Process expertise includes water jet cutting, router trimming, laser trimming and scoring, deflashing, material handling, flexible measuring systems, assembly, adhesive dispensing, joining and welding. Capabilities include project management, engineering, simulation services, fabricating and machining, system integration and certification, software, training, service and support.
Eagle Consulting & Development Corporation in Boonton, New Jersey.
Specializes in online, real-time automated data collection solutions for manufacturers in the automotive and other industries.
Freedom Technologies Corporation in Brighton, Michigan.
A systems integrator specializing in automated shop floor data collection solutions for inspection & identification applications to monitor & control shop floor operations. Functions include work-in-progress (WIP) tracking, label printing, and production information capture.
General Data Company, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Provides bar code labeling and data collection solutions for warehousing, shipping, and product ID purposes.
HTE, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Supplies plant floor information products and solutions such as hardware, software and turn-key solutions for serialized tracking, SCADA, MES and machine vision inspection systems.
InfoSight Corporation in Chillicothe, Ohio.
A manufacturer of industrial marking machines, metal tags, metal tag printers, barcode readers and custom machinery for manual and automatic identification and traceability applications.
Loftware, Inc. in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
A provider of client and server-centric bar code label printing software for enterprise printing and integrates with host/legacy applications and print labels stand-alone, across LAN/WAN or via the internet.
Lowry Solutions in Brighton, Michigan.
A provider of RFID, wireless, bar code, data collection, and labeling solutions. Application areas include asset tracking and management, supply chain visibility, work-in-progress, and mandate compliance. Products include Smart Trac™ labels with Gen 2 inlays as well as automated labeling systems for supply chain, packaging, and RFID applications.
Mac Arthur Corporation in Grand Blanc, Michigan.
Supplies pressure sensitive labels for statistical and inventory processes, final assembly, identification and other applications to the automotive and other industries. Products include ribbons, printing and dispensing equipment and related software.
Markem-Imaje in Kennesaw, Georgia.
Provides coding and marking solutions for the automotive industry. Products include ink jet printers and laser coders to provide serial numbering, internal product tracking, external traceability, bar-coding (including 2-D barcodes), and logo printing at high speeds on any surface and environment.
Marking Methods, Inc. in Alhambra, California.
Product identification equipment including electro-chemical and dot peen marking, laser marking, pad print, hot stamp, vibroetching and industrial silk screening.
Material Handling Industry of America in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A trade association of manufacturers of material handling equipment, providers of IT products or system integrators.
MECCO Marking & Traceability in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania.
A provider of direct part marking for traceability, verification, and identification in manufacturing. Applications include inventory and asset tracking and control, part traceability, part verification, and error proofing. Also offers manual, semi-automatic, dot peen, and 2-D matrix marking equipment.
Microscan Systems Inc. in Renton, Washington.
Designs and develops fixed-mount bar code and 2D code readers. Products range from high speed, compact laser scanners to long range, heavy industrial scanners.
Northern Engraving Corporation in Sparta, Wisconsin.
a manufacturer of aluminum, polycarbonate and stainless steel nameplates and badges. Product applications include consoles, badging, buttons, dash panels, door rails, gear knobs, gear surrounds, instrument dials, sill plates, switchplates, steering wheel trim, and wheel inserts. Capabilities include screen printing, lithography, roller coating, embossing, laser etching, aluminum in-molding, brushing, etc.
Numberall Stamp & Tool Co., Inc. in Sangerville, Maine.
Manufactures metal marking equipment for serial numbering, date coding, part numbering, etc. Products include presses, hand stamps, numbering heads, typeholders and custom dies. Numbering heads and typeholders can be equipped for hot stamping. Capabilities include custom applications.
Ohio Identification Solutions, Inc. in Brunswick, Ohio.
An integrator of barcoding, labeling and RFID solutions.
Pannier Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Specializes in metal tag systems for assembly and inventory tracking applications. Products include marking equipment and supplies such as dot peen, laser, ink jet, stamping, and industrial printing systems.
Paragon Data Systems, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
An integrator of bar code data collection systems. Products include bar code hardware applicable to the automotive industry as well as RFID and printer applications.
Polyonics, Inc. in Westmoreland, New Hampshire.
Manufactures label materials for harsh environment bar codes and other label applications such as asset tracking, work-in-progress (WIP) tracking, inventory control, engine block labeling, etc.
Printronix in Irvine, California.
A manufacturer of line matrix printers, fanfold laser and thermal bar code printers for integrated network applications.
Radix, Inc. in Tecumseh, Ontario.
A supplier of automation equipment.
Rockwell Automation, Inc. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A supplier of industrial control and automation products, CNC, drives & motors, electrical operation interface, engineered solutions, general motion control, I/O systems, industrial computers, medium voltage drives, motor control centers, networks, open systems, power products, process control, programming controllers, sensors & software.
RT Systems, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Produces and markets an affordable PC based warehouse management systems and a sequence verification system for component sequence parts supply to automotive assembly plants. Utilizes portable RF terminals for essential error proofing and integrates with all major automotive broadcasts.
SICK, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
A provider of factory automation solutions. Manufactures sensors, safety systems, machine vision and automatic identification solutions for the automotive industry. Products include industrial sensors, safety systems such as light curtains and automatic identification solutions such as bar code readers.
SPEDE Technologies, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
Services include consulting, design and implementation of wireless (RF and RFID) solutions for inventory control, line-side container labeling, automation of shop floor and warehouse business processes, and wireless locator systems for use with overhead cranes (to track steel coils, rolls, etc.).
Starrett-Bytewise Measurement Systems in Columbus, Georgia.
Designs and manufactures non-contact laser measurement systems such as on-line, complex profile extrusion monitoring systems, general thickness, width, feature-guiding and edge-tracking laser sensors and systems and tire identification systems.
Technifor, Inc. in Duluth, Georgia.
A manufacturer of direct part marking machines. Applications include quality control, automatic identification and permanent traceability on metallic or plastic parts.
Teledyne DALSA, Inc. in Billerica, Massachusetts.
A provider of machine vision components and solutions. Products range from image sensors, cameras and acquisition boards to sophisticated vision software and intelligent vision systems.
Telesis Technologies, Inc. in Circleville, Ohio.
A supplier of marking equipment for permanent identification/traceability of parts and components. Marking equipment includes dot peen, scribe, and a variety of lasers including CO2, Fiber, Green, VVO4, and Nd:YAG.
tesa tape, Inc. in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A global manufacturer of pressure sensitive adhesive tapes. tesa provides professional solutions for permanent mounting, marking, securing and identification as well as black out design, permanent protection, hole covering, cable mounting, temporary protection, design painting, masking and wire harnessing.
The Kennedy Group in Willoughby, Ohio.
A developer and manufacturer of labeling, packaging, and identification systems for the automotive and other industries.
T.L. Ashford & Associates in Crescent Springs, Kentucky.
A provider of bar-code, RFID and compliance labeling software solutions.
ToolWorx Information Products, Inc. in Brighton, Michigan.
A developer of automated data collection applications, specializing in lot/part traceability and error proofing. Product features include the ability to accurately collect information from the shop floor, warehouse or out in the field using bar codes, radio frequency identification (RFID) tags, or programmable logic controllers (PLC).
VideoJet Technologies, Inc. in Wood Dale, Illinois.
A manufacturer and distributor of large- and small-character ink-jet and laser-coding systems, labeling systems, ink-jet inks & accessories and in-line control systems.
Weber Marking Systems, Inc. in Arlington Heights, Illinois.
A manufacturer and supplier of labels and labeling solutions, including pressure-sensitive and RFID label printing and application systems as well as a range of stock, custom and prime labels.
Woelco Labeling Solutions, Inc. in Mooresville, North Carolina.
A supplier of automotive product identification labels and labeling systems.
Zebra Technologies Corporation in Lincolnshire, Illinois.
A supplier of bar code and specialty label printing solutions such as thermal bar code label & receipt printers and card printers. Also offers software, connectivity solutions, and printing supplies.