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MIL-STD 129 and RFID Labeling

MAC Packaging makes it easy to get the right MIL-STD-129 labels for every container and pallet you ship to the DoD and GSA.

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Military Shipment Labels (MSL)

HUMAN READABLE, CODE 39  LINEAR BAR CODES, PDF417
TWO-DIMENSIONAL BAR CODES
PACKAGING AND LABELING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MILITARY STANDARDS CAN BE COMPLICATED

It’s often difficult to understand the requirements of military compliance labels and MIL-STD 129 labeling. We assist with marking unit packs, intermediate and exterior containers, unit loads, palletized unit loads, and loose or unpacked items. We tag, stencil, stamp, print, or label items depending on the specifications of the contract.

Our team of experts will help you identify what is required for your labeling and approved shipping, in accordance with MIL-STD 129.

UNIT LABELS

Provides identification of the item being packed for shipments and containers. This includes the National Stock Number, part number, item description, quantity and unit of issue, contract number, shelf life markings and serial numbers if applicable.

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UID LABELS AND IUID LABELS

UID & IUID Labels contain a combination of human and machine readable information and are a unique identification code required by The United States Department of Defense on all equipment and parts to track products. These labels must be applied to or directly marked on the asset for its lifecycle.

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DLR LABELS

Depot Level Repairable Labels are standardized (3″ x 5″ or 2″x 3″) with a distinctive blue background and yellow lettering on premium sticker paper used on box or pallet shipments.

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EXTERIOR CONTAINER LABELS

Contains the required information for exterior markings including stock number, part number,quantity, contract number or purchase order, gross weight and shelf life.

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MILITARY SHIPPING LABELS (MSL)

The MSL is one of the requirements for identifying and addressing a shipment to the United States Department of Defense. It is designed to work in conjunction with other Mil-Std-129 compliant military labels.

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ESD LABELS

Yellow warning labels that identify sensitive devices or other electronic items that are alone or are part of assemblies. There are two seperate ESD labels Unit Pack and Intermediate and Exterior Container Labels.

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RFID TAGS ( Radio Frequency Identification)

Allows for the reading of a container identifiers via radio waves. There are three container levels defined by the DOD RFID Initiative:Pallet, Case and Unit, and it is critically important the correct tag is used.

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BAR CODE SHIPPING LABELS

Getting the right barcode label can be a frustrating experience. They provide both linear and two-dimensional (2-D) barcodes on Military Shipping Labels. One set is used for unit and intermediate containers, and another for exterior containers.

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Common Label Requirements:

2D (PDF417) bar code, linear (Code 39) bar code, NSN/NATO stock number, CAGE code, PN or P/N (part number), item description, Quantity and UI, Contract number or purchase order number. PIIN (procurement instrument identification number, four-digit delivery order or call number, modification for change order number, military preservation method and date of unit preservation, shelf life, serial number, TCN (Transportation Control Number, and HAZMAT markings.

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