Industrial cart parts used in consumer products and medical equipment are marked with an industrial part marking, but there are some major differences between the way they are marked.
It’s a significant step in the right direction, but it is also quite a step away from what is normally done.
As well as being a way of marking products, the marking also marks the source of a product.
Industrial parts suppliers are required to have a manufacturing part marking to ensure that parts are manufactured in accordance with their standard manufacturing processes and to avoid confusion with other products.
Some parts suppliers also use a mark to ensure the identity of a part manufacturer, for example, in order to ensure a quality product.
It’s important to note that industrial parts marking is an integral part of the industrial supply chain and therefore should be used in conjunction with a manufacturing marking.