Keep Your Surgical Instruments Tracked with Key Dots from Fairfield Labels Effective patient care and inventory management in surgical facilities rely on the tracking of individual instruments throughout their usage, cleaning, and sterilisation cycles. That's where...
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The Fairfield Group is proud to announce its commitment to helping businesses comply with Natasha’s Law, a new piece of legislation designed to protect consumers from allergen-related risks. The law will require all pre-packaged food sold in the United Kingdom to...
Fairfield were established April 1982 by Roger Ellis and Ron Millington with the aim of helping customers print labels which required bar codes. They wanted to identify products and process them using scanners, so they could spend more time focusing on their business.
Fairfield are excited to announce the appointment of the Company as a Gold Auto-ID partner for the Brother range of label printers.
Fairfield Labels Limited are excited to announce the opening of our new Customer Showroom at our Droitwich, Worcestershire head office. Designed to showcase the Company’s range of RFID technology products from leading Global manufacturers, there are a number of...
Fairfield is delighted to be showcasing its unique CODEchecker+ packaging line inspection solution as part of the Siemens/Festo collaborative showcase at the UK’s premier processing and packaging exhibition – PPMA – this week.
Fairfield Labels Limited, renowned labelling experts across many sectors, is offering to work with customers old and new to audit their labelling requirements with a view to increasing labelling efficiency and reducing labelling costs.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us & RFID will play a major role in shaping our ‘smart factories’ of the future
In Europe we call it Industry 4.0, cyber-physical systems and the ‘internet of things’. In America it comes under the umbrella of the Smart Manufacturing Leadership Coalition or the Industrial Internet. However, we are all alluding to the same thing – the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the vision of tomorrow’s manufacturing which is all about the ‘smart factory’.
Today, I had the great privilege of attending a Westminster Health Forum where all the top movers and shakers in health care innovation presented, discussed and debated the future of health technologies.