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  • Wells' Dairy Milks RFID for Benefits

    By Samuel Greengard

    The nation's largest family-owned dairy-products manufacturer not only met Wal-Mart's mandate, but also developed an RFID system to drive improved performance and profits.

  • RFID Ripens Cheese

    By Rhea Wessel

    Sachsenmilch AG, a German cheese maker, tags and tracks carts of cheeses to improve quality control during production and comply with European Union regulations.

  • Covering the Bases

    By Andrew Price

    It's peanuts, Cracker Jack and sensors, as government researchers test their all-in-one chemical defense system at a California ballpark.

  • RFID Contains Solution to Chinese Shipping Problems

    By Jill Gambon

    China International Marine Containers recently launched an RFID pilot to track containers from its factory to the storage yard.

  • Reading Books Reduces Out-of-Stocks

    By Jonathan Collins

    BGN, Holland's largest bookseller, plans to roll out RFID at its 42 stores throughout 2007 and 2008.

  • Metro Is Back on Track

    By Jonathan Collins

    The retailer planned a bold RFID deployment in 2004, which was derailed by a host of issues. But now the company is moving full-steam ahead to implement EPC Gen 2 technology in its supply chain.

  • RFID Frees Up Patient Beds

    By Jill Gambon

    St. Vincent's Hospital deployed a patient-tracking and real-time clinical information system that improved the quality of care, increased revenues and delivered an ROI.

  • Clothing Manufacturer Invests Its ROI in RFID

    By Rhea Wessel

    Gardeur AG's RFID pilot to track garments from production to its warehouse using reusable tags was so successful that it plans to roll out the system company-wide.

  • Mississippi Blood Services Banks on RFID

    By Samuel Greengard

    The not-for-profit organization tested an RFID system to manage and track blood, improve safety, make deliveries more timely and lower costs.

  • RFID Brings Order to a Chaotic Office

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Florida State University is the first educational institution to adopt 3M's RFID Tracking System—and recoup its investment in less than a year.

  • Dow Reveals a Chemical Attraction to RFID

    By Bob Violino

    The manufacturer of plastics, solvents and other products is harnessing RFID's power to deliver value to its business and customers.

  • RFID Becomes an Overnight Sensation for Sernam

    By Jonathan Collins

    The French shipping company finds that a tag-and-reader system significantly improves the efficiency of its overnight deliveries.

  • The Lahey Clinic's RFID Remedy

    By Mark Roberti

    A top Boston-area hospital has learned that RFID can cure problems associated with tracking and maintaining high-value mobile medical equipment.

  • RFID Chops Timber Costs

    By Rhea Wessel

    Using tags embedded in plastic nails, German forestry company Cambium tracks logs as they move from the forest to the factory.

  • E-Pedigree Pioneers

    By Mark Roberti

    A groundbreaking pilot involving drug manufacturer Purdue Pharma and wholesaler H.D. Smith proves RFID tags can be used as the information-carrying platform to create secure electronic documents with chain-of-custody information.

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