It’s known that relationships are very important as marketing and sales tool.
Today 20th January 2017 RFIDSoluzioni (RFID Sistemi Srl) is prowd to announce the new relationship with UID Italia Srl.
This idea stems from our concerne to speak about RFID technology, its advantages and implementations.
Let me introduce you to our new partner.
Uid Italia s.r.l is focused into traceability of the production process for laundry, hospitals and everything has an onsite laundry service.
Attach properly your RFID tags to different surface types, it’s very important to improve the efficiency of your RFID implementation.
Now I explain you five common ways to to affix RFID tags to assets:
Used mostly for label tags tracking fixed IT assets or packaging boxes.
Typically used to tracking fixed durable assets in industrial applications where a stronger adhesive method is required.
Used to fix strongly and cover embedded tags. Personally I used this way to tracking tools, bike frame and pipes.
The RFID technology into apparel supply chains is now an important part. Many big names of this sector have implemented the technology to increase efficiency, fight counterfeiting and tracking goods.
The same purposes could be searched into the food supply chains.
Nowadays more than yesterday food markets look very similars to apparel markets. It’s possible to find differents prices for same products, from populars to high level. We have brands in trouble with counterfeiting and grey markets, like famous fashion’s firms. Some food distributors manage a lot of items and for them an inventory means time, stop the lines, resources and onbviously money. These problems are the same fought with RFID by some apparel’s brand.
In food markets, like in fashion, there are societies
This is the definition of gray market that anybody can find in Wikipedia: A grey market (sometimes called a parallel market, but this can also mean other things; not to be confused with ablack market or a grey economy) is the trade of a commodity through distribution channels that are legal but unintended by the original manufacturer.
The most common type of grey market is the sale, by individuals or small companies not authorised by the manufacturer, of imported goods which would otherwise be either more expensive or unavailable in the country to which they are being imported.
Today the unofficial sales have reached high volumes and start to be a very important