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RFID Upgrade Gets Goods to Iraq

Jul 23, 2004This article was originally published by RFID Update.

July 23, 2004—RFID technology has been implemented at a distribution center in Kuwait that serves U.S. troops in Iraq. A solution was badly needed at the disorganized center - considered a "blackhole" - where shipments were often identified and repackaged manually. Upon implementing the RFID solution, the flow of goods was significantly accelerated, alleviating the bottleneck and allowing for better tracking of the shipments from Kuwait to their destination in Iraq.

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