Intermec raises the bar in bar-coding

Supply-chain automation specialist shares vision at GITEX

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Intermec raises the bar in bar-coding Anybody who is anybody and anybody who wants to become anybody, comes to GITEX: Snadden.
By  Stephen McBride Published  October 18, 2012

Seattle, US-based supply-chain solutions provider Intermec had a busy five days at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK, educating delegates about its vision of distribution workflow management and how technology can support business supply processes.

"GITEX is the first event we put on our marketing calendar at the beginning of each year for the Middle East region," Ian Snadden, vice president EMEA, Intermec told

The company provides automated information and data capture (AIDC) and mobile computing systems, which include a range of industrial and mobile barcode printers and optical handheld scanners.

Singled out for exhibition at the Dubai ICT gathering were a number of recently launched models. In the scanner category the new SG20 is described as " an affordable, high-performance handheld scanner available in a range of models suited to the demands of general-purpose countertop scanning".

Also on show were Intermec's new industrial printers, the PM43 and PM43c, both geared towards mid-range warehousing and manufacturing applications.

Handheld units were also demonstrated to visitors. Also recently launched, the PR2 and PR3 hail from the rugged-mobile space and have a range of capabilities for supporting functions such as roving points of sale, secure-payments and direct-delivery services.

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