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Manufacturing Case Studies

  • RFID Contains Solution to Chinese Shipping Problems

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

  • Clothing Manufacturer Invests Its ROI in RFID

    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.

  • Dow Reveals a Chemical Attraction to RFID

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

  • LEGO Puts the RFID Pieces Together

    By integrating RFID into its current shipping operations, the company not only is able to comply with mandates from Target and Wal-Mart, it is also saving money and labor compared with a standalone tagging system.

  • Texas Lab Stocks Up With RFID

    At the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, researchers find that radio frequency identification gets them the supplies they need, 24-7.

  • EPC Bag Tagging Takes Wing

    The Transportation Security Administration conducted an end-to-end trial proving UHF EPC tags can be read in Asian, U.S. and European regulatory environments, and that airlines can use the EPCglobal data model to share bag tag data.

  • Ultimate Control: RFID-Enabled Manufacturing

    At its semiconductor plant in East Fishkill, N.Y., IBM has used RFID to completely automate the manufacturing of advanced microchips from 300-millimeter silicon wafers. The high-tech facility optimizes production, speeds up product development and improves customer service.

  • RFID Revs Up Hummer Plant

    AM General needed to boost production of its Hummer H2 to meet demand, but its manufacturing facility had limited space for parts. The automaker turned to RFID to keep the plant humming.

  • Soap Maker Cleans Up with RFID

    Canus, a maker of goat's milk soap, is deploying RFID to cut distribution costs, keep products from spoiling in transit and meet Wal-Mart's tagging requirements ahead of schedule.

  • Chip Maker Tries ‘Snack and Trace’

    By using RFID to track shipments within its supply chain, KiMs, a Danish potato-chip maker, not only spiced up its sales but also cut the fat from its inventory and workforce.

  • Golf Car Maker Scores with RFID

    By integrating RFID with its new assembly line, Club Car has cut production time per golf car to 46 minutes from 88, improved its ability to customize cars—and saved millions of dollars.

  • Boeing Finds the Right Stuff

    Boeing's Terry Alderson explains how his company uses RFID tags to track parts as they move through its facility in Wichita, Kansas. The system reduces costs and gives managers visibility into the parts pipeline.

  • Perfecting Just-In-Time Production

    Johnson Controls makes car and truck seats that must be delivered to automakers in precise order for just-in-time manufacturing. The company has deployed a 13.56 MHz RFID system that has proven to be 99.9 percent accurate.

  • RFID Speeds P&G Plant Throughput

    When Procter & Gamble's facility in Spain boosted throughput, the loading dock became a bottleneck. RFID increased the speed at which pallets could be loaded on trucks -- and it eliminated mistakes and cut costs.

  • The Key to Tracking Unique Items

    Britain's CD.id project shows RFID can be used to track individual music CDs through the supply chain. The real challenge is creating a system that benefits everyone, including the retailer that wants to prevent shoplifting.

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