Military Packaging Webinar Series 2016 Session #2: Military Marking for Shipment and StorageFebruary 2, 2016
|Start Date||February 2, 2016|
|Time||10 a.m.(ET)/9 a.m.(CT) to 11 a.m.(ET)/10 a.m.(CT)|
|Contact Info||Aina Vilumsons
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|Register Online||Register for Event|
This is the second webinar of a three part series designed for the manufacturing specialist interested in bidding on DoD solicitations and shipping products to the military. The presentations will provide basic definitions and explanations of the various types of military marking requirements and the marking formats that are applicable at the item, unit pack and shipment level.
This session will focus on Military Marking for Shipment and Storage, revision R which describes package marking requirements, including human readable identification marking, bar code symbols, Military Shipment Labels (MSL) and RFID tag application. Specific identification marking data elements will be defined, various bar code symbologies and their applications will be described, special marking and shipment documentation requirements will also be reviewed in this training module.
Session #3: Military Contract Packaging Data and Formats
Presenter: Doug Jokinen, a Packaging Specialist assigned to the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) Logistics and Safety Center. Prior to assuming his duties in the Packaging Branch, Doug was a Packaging Field Support Representative of the DCMA West District organization. Doug is duty stationed at the DCMA Twin Cities office located in the Bishop Henry Whipple Federal Building at Fort Snelling, MN.
For Session #1: Standard Practice for Military Packaging, Click Here.
For Session #3: Military Contract Packaging Data and Formats, Click Here.