Bag Tag


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Bag Tag

A label placed on a sack of bulk mail stating its contents and destination. A bag tag is also called a sack tag. See also: Bagging.
References in periodicals archive ?
In total, SITA will provide 130 check-in workstations, 150 boarding pass printers, 150 bag tag printers, and 20 boarding stations.
British Airways (BA) has begun customer trials of the personalised digital bag tag developed by the airline, at Heathrow Airport's Terminal 5.
To use the system, passengers check in at a self-service kiosk and print a bag tag, then attach the tag to the bag and drop luggage off at a designated location.
In your last issue I was introduced to Brant's bag tag plans.
The system scans the bag tag, weighs and measures the bag.
The key characteristics of the terminal, whose foundation stone was laid in February 2007, include extensive use of glass, the 'North Light' concept, the in-line Baggage Handling System (BHS), automatic bag tag readers, X-ray machines in the five-level systems, among others.
Passengers who have not checked in prior to arrival at the airport can first check-in and print their bag tag at a kiosk before continuing to Scan&Fly to drop-off their baggage.
British Airways is to trial this month a new electronic bag tag that could do without the need to have a new paper tag every time you fly.
The integration of radio-frequency identification (RFID) bag tag scanning is designed to minimise the number of mishandled bags.
Size wise, it's not that much bigger than a lipstick - and like the common lip tint, it's cased in its own tube so you can keep the head clean when you're not using SULAN PREMIUM BAG TAG SMARTPHONE CHARGER (PS49.
Peakpoints Bag Tag is an innovative lost-and-found solution powered by Tag-a-Bag - a provider of next generation bag and luggage tags.
Get your web shooters on 2 free gift packs of limited-edition goodies including a sticker set, mask, bag tag, double-sided poster and interactive DVD.