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Asset Tagging Services in Eastern Ontario

Asset Tagging Services in Ontario

Wills Transfer provides Asset Tagging Management for businesses from Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Western Quebec, and the U.S. Eastern Seaboard.

As industries grow more complex, technology advances, and with the emergence of new processes and demands, companies can struggle to have a sense of order. You might find you have more assets to manage coupled with additional regulatory requirements and need a provider that is centralized, accessible, and organized in asset management.

Having your assets tracked systematically is an essential part of your asset management processes and overall supply chain.

Asset tags and labels are exposed to many harsh conditions, including extreme temperature, chemicals, solvents, abrasion, frequent cleaning, UV rays, and outdoor elements like rain or snow. Wills Transfer can provide you with experienced asset tagging solutions that are fundamental for your asset tracking system.

If you’re looking for high quality, secure, and developed processes look to Wills Transfer for your Asset Tagging needs.

We can provide your business with the following Asset Tagging Services

  • Package content sorting to apply individual asset tags to each component or item
  • Scanning associated asset tag, and serial numbers for tracking within our WMS
  • Re-package components or items
  • Secure, palletize, and warehouse the tagged inventory

For more information about Asset Tagging Services, call Wills Transfer at 1-613-283-0225 or contact us here.

Frequently Asked Asset Tagging Questions

  • What is an asset tag?

    Asset tags are durable labels or stickers that identify a piece of equipment or asset using a unique barcode (or serial number). They are usually made up of anodized aluminum or laminated polyester. An asset tag can be used to carry more information, like the company’s logo and information on the equipment that it is placed on

    The barcode on the asset tag is used to simplify data entry, making it quick, easy and free from errors. Asset tags are made to fit onto small, mobile yet valuable pieces of equipment. They are continually made smaller, tamper-resistant and integrated with asset tracking software.

  • What are the functions of an asset tag?

    Assets make up the core of all businesses. Assets are risky by nature since they represent a definite cost if they become damaged, are lost or if theft occurs. Therefore, they need to be kept accounted for using asset tagging and tracking.

    Asset tags are used to track equipment and assets as they move from location to location. The asset tag needs to be reliable enough to stay attached to the asset for its entire lifetime. These tags will be used to check in and out actions and help define the asset’s movement.

    Asset tags are also used for inventory control. Assets are crucial during routine audits of an asset list. They can help determine the asset’s value over time; this is why it’s important to know what the asset is and its worth.

    Asset tags help to prevent theft. They make it easy to keep track of who has what and make it easy for staff to return valuable assets to ensure the continuity of the business. The asset tagging system makes it possible to prevent accidental loss of assets.

    Asset tags help you keep track of maintenance, repair and operations information. By scanning the barcode on any asset, it can quickly bring up information regarding MRO information and bring the user to a central database that can be viewed at any time.

  • What is the purpose of asset tracking systems?

    Asset tracking systems allow companies to assign unique identification numbers to every asset. These asset tags are printed with barcodes or QR codes, or they can be more advanced like RFID, NFC, GPS, IoT or BLE.

    Asset tags get rid of the need for any manual data entry. They improve accuracy and efficiency in your inventory tracking systems and guarantee MRO information documentation.

    Asset tagging keeps track of information like an asset’s location, maintenance history, usage and other specifications. This helps you streamline your record-keeping efforts for accounting and taxes. Having the correct data on hand makes it easy for your company to calculate the depreciation of equipment and assets.

  • What are the benefits of asset tags?

    Asset tags are extremely beneficial when it comes to auditing and compliance. Asset tags help you keep track of and gather information on every one of your assets. Here are the benefits of using an asset tracking system with asset tags that will help improve your operations:

    • Real-time information and management of your assets
    • Opportunities to upgrade your asset database as your business expands
    • Low administrative costs, as well as decreases the amount of time, wasted spent looking for assets
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Head Office - Warehousing and Third-Party Logistics (3PL) in Smiths Falls, Ontario
146 Hwy 15 (Lombard St)
PO Box 340, Smiths Falls ON, K7A 4T2
Warehousing and Third Party Logistics (3PL) in Ottawa, Ontario
Main Warehouse:
3100 Swansea Crescent,
Ottawa ON K1G 3W4
Local phone: (613) 744-0970
Satellite Warehouse:
4-116 Willowlea Road,
Carp ON K0A 1L0
Local phone: (613)617-5054
Warehousing and Third Party Logistics (3PL) in Perth, Ontario
10 Industrial Road, Perth ON K7H 3P2
Warehousing and Third Party Logistics (3PL) in Brockville, Ontario
Main Warehouse:
2210 Parkedale Avenue,
Brockville ON K6V 5V2
Local phone: (613) 345-1307
Satellite Warehouse:
100 Central Avenue West,
Brockville ON K6V 4W6
Local phone: (613) 345-1307
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