Applying MIL-STD-130 Labels to Your Assets

Recently, as part of the A2B Tracking’s Webinar Series, Peter Collins and I (Dan Faria) discussed the Five Fundamental Elements that are required in order to create a compliant MIL‑STD‑130 label. For this post I want to talk about how to properly apply IUID labels to your assets so that they are marked correctly. MIL-STD-130 [...]

By | June 15th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Applying MIL-STD-130 Labels to Your Assets

MIL-STD-130 Labels using Construct 1 or Construct 2

Last month, as part of the A2B Tracking’s Webinar Series,  Peter Collins and I (Dan Faria) discussed the Five Fundamental Elements that are required in order to create a compliant MIL‑STD‑130 label. I would like to take this post to shed a bit more light on the difference between Construct 1 and Construct 2 labels. [...]

By | May 31st, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on MIL-STD-130 Labels using Construct 1 or Construct 2

MIL-STD-130 Materials and Marking Methods

If you are doing business with the US Military, it is important that your organization has a plan in place to be fully compliant from the beginning and that you are properly marking and labeling all of the assets with a fully compliant IUID label before you ship them to the government. Obviously, you [...]

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Compliant Materials for IUID Labels

You have just won a government contract and in the contract it is calling for you to meet the MIL STD 130 IUID marking requirement but you have some questions. The contract doesn’t specify what material you should be using when you mark the assets with an IUID label. You know that the IUID label, [...]

By | December 2nd, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Compliant Materials for IUID Labels