Monthly Archives: October 2012

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Treat or Trick? How RFID Eliminates Surprises for Manufacturers

Halloween happens only once every 12 months. But, as every manufacturer knows all too well, spooky surprises lurk in the supply chain year-round. What can you do to mitigate the risks and help ensure your company consistently experiences more “treats” and less “tricks?” For high-value industries (aeronautics, defense equipment, electronics, biomedical devices and pharmaceuticals), the answer to that question is becoming increasingly clear. The business Read More →

SencorpWhite Will Highlight Sustainable Packaging at Pack Expo International 2012

Pack Expo International is billed as the largest, most comprehensive processing and packaging event in the world, and a look at this year’s anticipated attendance tells you why.  More than 46,000 buyers and 1,800 leading suppliers will converge on Chicago for Pack Expo International 2012 later this month (October 28-31)  . . . and SencorpWhite is thrilled to be an exhibitor this year. In particular, Read More →

Our Field Service Engineers Respond From Restaurants, Fishing Boats and Everywhere In-between

Last week, I heard from a customer praising the excellent work of Mike Nelson, one of SencorpWhite’s field service engineers (FSE).  I’ve grown accustomed to hearing kudos like these about Mike and the other members of our FSE team  –and I assure you, it never gets old –but this most recent email made me realize it’s time to shine the spotlight on this very talented Read More →

NFL Replacement Ref Fiasco Leads To Three Dos, Three Don’ts For Manufacturers

Everyone knows the old adage, “Don’t be penny wise and pound foolish.” Too bad the NFL didn’t take that advice. As every football fan is well aware, the 2012-13 NFL season began under unusual circumstances. Since the league and the NFL Referees Association were deadlocked in a labor dispute, games during the first three weeks of play were officiated by replacement referees, a collection of Read More →