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International Paper Debuts RFID Forklift
The idea is that it will save companies thousands by preventing them from needing to install RFID readers at numerous portals and dock doors around the warehouse.
Mar 20, 2005—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
March 20, 2005—International Paper last week debuted an RFID reader-equipped forklift, banking on the idea that it can save companies thousands by preventing them from needing to install RFID readers at numerous portals and dock doors around the warehouse. Released under the Smart Packaging business unit, the forklift includes software which monitors the location and identification of goods with which it interacts and reports that data back to the central warehouse system. International Paper says the forklift can be integrated with a company's existing supply chain or RFID installation.
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