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RFID News Roundup

Apex Supply Chain Technologies, Zebra Technologies announce strategic OEM relationship ••• Schreiner ProTech unveils globally usable RFID label for metal applications ••• RFID company Tönnjes acquires Utsch AG's stake in Utsch Tönnjes International ••• eX2 Technology intros smart truck parking system for Iowa Department of Transportation ••• Kerlink, Electronica Elemon partner to accelerate IoT adoption in Latin America ••• PodM2M offers IoT security monitoring, threat detection as standard on all connectivity products.
By Rich Handley
Jan 10, 2019

Presented here are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations: Apex Supply Chain Technologies, Zebra Technologies; Schreiner ProTech; Tönnjes, Utsch AG; eX2 Technology, the Iowa Department of Transportation; Kerlink, Electrónica Elemon; and PodM2M.

By Rich Handley

Apex Supply Chain Technologies, Zebra Technologies Announce Strategic OEM Relationship

Apex Supply Chain Technologies, a provider of self-serve automated solutions for use in a variety of industries and applications, including retail, restaurants and food service, has announced a strategic original equipment manufacturer (OEM) relationship with Zebra Technologies. This relationship provides Apex with access to an array of technologies, including Zebra's scanning, imaging and RFID products for custom scanning solutions.

"Zebra's focus and continued investment in technology aligns with today's customers and those we'll serve in the future," said Mike Wills, Apex Supply Chain Technologies' chief revenue officer, in a prepared statement. "With access to one of the largest, richest technology portfolios, Apex can continually ensure our customers have best-of-breed solutions. The strategic alignment of the markets our companies serve, including retail, ecommerce, manufacturing, transportation and logistics, will benefit our customers."

Both companies will exhibit their solutions at the National Retail Federation's annual Big Show event, to be held next week in New York City. The companies will showcase how retailers can enable shoppers to pick up products in lockers at their stores, by using a loyalty card or a bar code in an email receipt.

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