Container Tracking

Returnable containers are often overlooked within manufacturing, warehouse and distribution centers. As a result, issues may occur with production, shipping, or customer requirements. The answer is Radley’s container tracking software to fill gaps in your manual processes.



  • Gain control of inventory, utilization and status
  • Prevent production and shipping delays
  • Improve forecasting and communication
  • Maintain detailed asset history
  • Configure and run reports

Enhanced Visibility

Reduce waste, pilferage and damage to returnable assets. Track single components, returnables (RTIs) and tools through a user-friendly dashboard.
  • Implement as stand-alone or integrate to an ERP
  • Use barcoding or RFID data capture
  • Configure to your workflows, industry & requirements
  • Schedule replacement
Do Returnables Effect Your Business?


Reusable Transport Items include containers, pallets, totes and cages. These returnables are an essential part in the flow of materials and products. Radley’s bar code software and RFID technology closes the gap in your tracking processes.

  • Configurable User Dashboard
  • Full Asset History
  • Automated Alerts
  • Reporting & Analysis
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Search & Query

Learn More 

It may seem complicated to develop a system for tracking, valuing, and reusing returnables through shipping lines. However, technology can make the job easier. Find out more in Radley’s blog.

5 Reasons You Need Container Tracking Software
As the manager of a company, you know that keeping track of your assets manually is time-consuming. More importantly, it is easy to make mistakes. That’s why it is important for you to use an asset tracking software to automate tracking your assets.
This will give you the opportunity to focus your time on more important matters. Here are five benefits of asset and RTI tracking software to your business.
When using spreadsheets to manage asset-tracking, you can end up with corrupted data. It is easy to make mistakes when you have many formulas. Even the smallest mistake can make a dramatic difference in your data. In turn, this could lead to unfortunate consequences. It is monotonous to find and correct these mistakes and takes far too much of your valuable time.
But with asset tracking software, you won’t have to worry about flawed data. The software sets up proper procedures and protocols to edit asset data. Also, it prevents users from making changes by mistake. Plus, it makes it easy to allow only certain people to access asset information. As a result, this eliminates the possibility of an employee altering data.
Because paper records become outdated, it is possible for assets to be double-booked. Additionally, spreadsheets do not leave an audit trail. That makes it harder to preserve the true asset count and keep the data in sync. As a result, inaccurate data is likely to effect efficiency and time-management. But software can track assets using bar codes or RFID, increasing efficiency. This means that your employees can check equipment in and out. At the same time, keeping asset records current. 
Spreadsheets or physical records are easy to lose, misplace, or mis-file. Unlike spreadsheets, tracking software keeps all related information in one place. From one platform, you can find out and act on the possession, maintenance, and location of your assets.
For instance, you can access the maintenance history of your assets and equipment. Here, you can schedule maintenance checks and sign equipment in and out of service. Also, you can get new assets through vendor history and ordering new items.
Spreadsheets are either shared completely with employees or not shared at all. There is no mid-way. But with asset tracking software, you control which users can access the information. Plus, many users can use the software at one time. Thus, it makes it easy for teams to work together to track assets. Finally, this software allows employees to keep asset information up-to-date. Also, you may include relevant support documents to keep other team members informed.
Last, asset tracking software is far more adaptable than regular spreadsheets. For instance, it can integrate with other software for a single system of record. Also, data collection options work with your specific workflows. Gain real-time information through bar codes, RFID or a combination of the two. Above all, you can generate reports like availability, inventory levels, and asset usage.
Find out if automated asset and RTI tracking could help boost your efficiency. Speak with a Radley product specialist today. 
Proper inventory control, such as using barcode inventory software, helps streamline warehouse activities.

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