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Bike Maker Rolls Out RFID
Jun 25, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
June 25, 2004—Bicycle maker Pacific Cycle will this summer roll out an RFID system to track inventory received from Asian factories in its US-based warehouse. Each box will be tagged, providing far more detailed information than if only pallets were tracked. While the company first considered RFID simply to comply with the Wal-Mart mandate, it later decided to pursue a more aggressive and long-term RFID strategy that would realize the full potential of the technology. Ultimately, the company hopes to track its inventory all the way to the store shelf.
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