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Request for Proposal: Universal Postal Union
The Switzerland-based United Nations postal system has invited tenders for the provision of RFID hardware.
Jun 21, 2017—
The Universal Postal Union (UPU), a specialized United Nations (UN) agency that coordinates postal policies among member nations, has issued a request for proposals for the procurement of ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) radio frequency identification equipment. The supplied RFID hardware must be capable of monitoring postal items in real time at the operational facilities where postal traffic is received and processed.
The agency provides its member countries with the required RFID equipment, consisting of a main unit comprising an RFID reader and a respective power supply, as well as an RF antenna and cabling housed in a protective enclosure for easy installation. Additional RF antennas may be connected to the main unit. These components are either offered separately in a modular kit or integrated into a compact structure to be installed zenithally or laterally, depending on the postal scenario. Prospective bidders interested in responding to this call for tenders should notify the UPU at the following address:
Name: Cesar Allende, GMS RFID Procurement Expert
Potential vendors can download the complete RFP here.
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