Brother Australia has partnered with transport and warehouse management system CartonCloud, which enables logistics companies to streamline their workflow.

Compatible Brother label devices are now approved as a solution for CartonCloud’s web-based management tool, offering companies optimal warehouse efficiency through the deployment of mobile and desktop label printers.
Brother is actively focusing on transport, warehousing and logistics solutions so is thrilled to be a certified partner of CartonCloud, according to Brother International Australia national sales manager for commercial, Luke Howard.

“We pride ourselves on creating products that are suitable for tough environments yet integrate easily with software to enable enhanced logistics workflows and reduce overall costs for companies,” he said.
The Brother RJ-4250WB Mobile Label Printer and TD-4550DNWB Direct Thermal Label Printer have been tested internally by CartonCloud and approved to work seamlessly with their software.

The RJ-4250WB features a rugged design and provides a portable solution for users to print labels, tags, invoices, quotes and receipts. For higher volume printing requirements, the TD-4550DNWB prints at 300dpi resolution with complete network connectivity. Both devices can direct print from the CartonCloud web and mobile app.
The Brother products tested were easy to set up and user-friendly, according to CartonCloud implementation manager, Scott Murray, which are two of core values at CartonCloud and two of the primary value propositions offered to logistics companies.

“Utilising label printers, and more specifically portable printers, allow logistics companies to greatly boost efficiency within their warehouse and reduce transit time on the floor. They also support quick and easy integrations and a streamlined, more accurate dispatch process,” he said.