Toshiba America Business Solutions printer technology is assisting Mexico’s logistics company, Traxion, to complete door-to-door deliveries through its subsidiary Redpack.
Toshiba’s desktop printer line (the BA410 and B-FV4D series systems) produces the initial barcode labels which provide information on package contents and final destination. Toshiba’s labels help Redpack’s retail store, warehouse personnel and drivers pinpoint and track parcels from anywhere in the world at any given moment.
Toshiba’s mobile devices (the B-FP3 series) further improve the Traxion customer experience by generating receipts – up to six inches per second – detailing a parcel’s content to consumers. It also helps streamline Redpack’s supply chain operations by allowing personnel to access receipts from any location, without the need to be at a workstation with a power cord.
“Traxion works closely with its partners to accelerate and improve its digital transformation through cutting-edge technology to optimize both operational performance and installed capacity utilization, thus supporting a much more asset-light business model. Today, we are one of the most relevant logistics and mobility providers in Mexico, capable of coordinating ongoing services across the supply chain, and into the United States,” says Traxion Vice President of Investor Relations Antonio Tejedo. “We are proud to have formed this strategic alliance with Toshiba. By combining the capabilities, footprint and experience of both companies, we will have the ability to offer better and more efficient logistics solutions.”
“Toshiba embraces Traxion’s mission of delivering accurate and on-time shipments to its customers across Mexico,” says Toshiba America Business Solutions Vice President of Marketing Bill Melo. “We are dedicated to outfitting Traxion with industry-best labeling technology to help ensure they maintain their reputation for sterling customer service.”
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