MIL-Comply Labeling: The Quickest and Easiest Way to Get Defense Shipments Out the Door
Comply/Labeling is the quick and easy way to create Mil-Std-129R bar code labels. Optional support for UID and RFID mandates greatly simplifies compliance with Mil-Std 129R. Automate labeling by using Electronic Awards or your own imported data. Labeling captures RFID data as labels are created for WAWF submission, making a breeze of shipments with UIDs and palletized loads. Use with Shipper to automate WAWF submissions and manage workflow.
- Print RFID versions of all appropriate container labels including exterior container and pallet, integrated with existing barcode labels or as additional Generic RFID labels
- Assign RFID cases to pallets to generate RFID shipment data ready to upload to WAWF
- Manage RFID data (add, delete, change data) for WAWF submission
- Print UID container labels (Unit and Exterior Container) with two-dimensional barcode (PDF417) compliant with Mil-Std-129 Revision R.
- Compile and print barcoded UID Serial Number Lists
- Print Mil-Std 130 permanent part mark labels (thermal transfer and standard Windows printers)
- Auto-generate UIDs from discrete elements (CAGE, Part/Batch/Lot, and Serial Number)
- Create and manage UID shipment data (add, delete, change data)
- Create UID data for submission of WAWF Receiving Reports
- Fed-Std-123 when shipping to GSA Supply Centers
- Mil-Std-129 when shipping to military depots
As with Wide-Area Workflow, RFID data must be provided to Lockheed Martin prior to the shipment arriving at its destination. Without that data, the RFID tags are useless. Lockheed Martin suppliers may use LMCo’s Transportation Management System (TMS). The TMS also produces labels that identify shipment containers by the ASN Number. Suppliers sending numbers of tagged containers should contact Mil-Pac to find out about submitting Advance Shipment Notice EDI transactions to eliminate manual data-entry.
Note: There is no such requirement for “Lockheed Martin proprietary data (to be) embedded in chip” as reported by some RFID suppliers.