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  • Nordam Casts a New Mold With RFID

    By John Edwards

    The aircraft parts manufacturer uses RFID to track and monitor its precision molds.

  • Kimberly-Clark Gets an Early Win

    By Andrew Price

    The global health and hygiene company is using RFID to track promotional displays of its incontinence products. The result? K-C has improved its execution of in-store promotions by more than 20 percent, which should lead to increased sales.

  • A Towering RFID Project

    By Bob Violino

    Stafford Tower Crane is tagging all its tower cranes to ensure components are at the right construction sites in time for assembly.

  • Dolphin Stadium Kicks Off a Technology Revolution

    By Andrew Price

    RFID—with its current and potential service and security applications—could help the facility become "the stadium of America."

  • Recall Corp. Uses RFID to Recall Cartons

    By Jill Gambon

    The document and records storage and management company introduced an RFID system to provide audit services for its customers.

  • Beaver Street Fisheries Automates RFID Tagging

    By Elizabeth Wasserman

    The frozen seafood supplier encounters a sea of change as it moves from slap-and-ship tagging to an automated process on the assembly line.

  • Phasing In RFID

    By Jill Gambon

    Dairy Farmers of America met Wal-Mart's tagging mandate, and the organization is now poised to reap internal benefits.

  • RFID Rocks at Graniterock

    By Bob Violino

    The construction materials company deployed an RFID system to improve customer service and boost customer loyalty.

  • 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.

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