LPN Barcode Labels
LPN is an acronym for Licence Plate Number and as the name suggests they are used to uniquely identify a pallet or other bulk unit, including totes, stillages, bunds etc. Wharehouse Management Systems (WMS) rely on these labels to keep track of stock throughout it's lifecycle. The identifier stays with the unit until it has been depleted, when the item no longer exists the number can be re-used for new inventory.
The labels are typically produced on rolls and contain sequentially numbered barcodes, so that every label is different. The barcode symbology can be Code128, Code 39 or ITF14 and the length of the unique is usually between 8 and 16 digits, The mixing of numeric and alpha characters increases the variations making many more unique number combinations possible.
Label materials can be paper or synthetic based depending on the environment, for ambient indoor use a paper label with standard permanent adhesive will suffice. Outdoor or non-ambient indoor applications will require a more robust synthetic material with a suitable adhesive.
Tanto labels produces these labels for many warehouse applications Look through our gallery below to see a small selection of scanned in LPN label samples taken from our job bags to show real-life examples of our work.
Click on the categories to view examples of labels we make.