CAPS to Show How Implementing Asset Tracking Is Easier Than You Think

Oct. 15, 2012
CAPS' Executives Will Explore Common Misconceptions About Asset Tracking Complexity and How to Implement Solutions at Pack Expo 2012

Drew Merrill, vice president of business development and strategic planning, and Keith Schall, director of business systems and technology at CAPS will show visitors attending Pack Expo 2012 just how easy it is to implement asset tracking.

The CAPS' executives plan to present their latest educational series titled "Implementing Asset Tracking – It's Easier than You Think," as part of the Reusable Packaging Association's conference series, Tuesday, Oct. 30.

The presentation will discuss misinterpretations about difficulties associated with asset tracking, and show how asset tracking can improve the efficiency of a supply chain when proper solutions are implemented, according to CAPS.

"Increasingly stringent government regulations such as the recently enacted Food Safety Modernization Act are forcing suppliers and manufacturers to implement more rigid data capture and recording methods to ensure accuracy and accessibility," Schall said.

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