A Guide to Removing Human Error in the Packaging Hall

PostedTuesday, April 18, 2017 at 8:30 AM

A Guide to Removing Human Error in the Packaging Hall

Did you know that one recent survey stated that 70% of coding mistakes are caused by human error, with the most common mistakes consisting of incorrect data entry and job selection at the coding machine?

Even if you're lucky enough to identify an error before it enters the distribution chain, it's likely that you will still incur significant rework or scrap costs to rectify the problem, with the added risk of shorting customer deliveries on shelf life critical products.

If you're frustrated that you feel vulnerable to packaging errors, despite all the manual procedures and checklists you have put in place to try to prevent them, then in this guide we’ll show you:

  • How to ensure packaging compliance with all the relevant standards
  • What the root causes are behind errors in the packaging hall
  • The best way to minimise or eradicate those errors using automation
  • The key things to look for in a system supplier

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Sam Vail Director of Operations AutoCoding Systems Meridian, ID
CSIA News April 2017
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