- C&A Rolls Out RFID to All of Its French Stores
The apparel company is expanding its deployment of EPC UHF RFID technology to 164 sites, with the goal of improving the availability of items on shelves, leading to increased sales.
- RFID Helps Aerospace Factories Manage Small Parts
Supplier City Solutions' system is designed to help workers easily identify which bins require replenishing, thereby ensuring that no parts run out when needed on the production floor.
- Japanese Retailer Aeon Checks Out Checkpoint's RFID-enabled Robot
The company is switching to an RFID-based electronic article surveillance system, and is testing the robot's ability to track inventory to monitor the locations of goods at its flagship store.
- German Clothing Retailer Adler Gives RFID Robots a Spin
The company is among several retailers that are using MetraLabs' new Tory robotic system to automatically count inventory and record merchandise locations within its stores.
- PAL Robotics Rolls Out Tag-Reading Robot
The Barcelona firm expects to provide the newest version of its motorized StockBot to retailers for long-term pilots later this year, to count inventory by reading RFID tags.
- Macy's Launches Pick to the Last Unit Program for Omnichannel Sales
As a result of its confidence in its RFID-based inventory data, the retailer is now selling products down to the final unit in stock at its stores.
- Brazilian Coffee Cooperative Uses RFID to Manage Inventory
Coopercam is attaching passive UHF tags to bags of beans, enabling it to track the receipt, storage and shipment of coffee.
- Texas Direct Auto Manages Vehicles Via RFID
The technology has helped the car and truck reseller track its refurbishing processes, ensure that no vehicles end up missing, solve thefts and improve customer service.
- Belgian Clothing Retailer JBC Using RFID at 144 Stores
Checkpoint RFID tags, readers and middleware enable the retailer to track when goods arrive at and leave its distribution center, as well as check inventory on store shelves.
- RFID Well Suited for Lebanese Menswear Company
Pellini is tagging its merchandise at the factory—enabling its stores to inventory goods on a daily basis, ensure stock counts are accurate and up-to-date, and eliminate the need to have excess merchandise onsite.
- Decathlon Sees Sales Rise and Shrinkage Drop, Aided by RFID
The French sporting goods retailer is using RFID technology at all of its stores and warehouses.
- Taiwanese Auction Company Sold on RFID
Bang Master Group—an auctioneer of luxury goods in Taiwan and China—has reduced its inventory counting time, as well as prevented errors and the potential for counterfeit goods, thanks to radio frequency identification.
- Leading Hospitals and Health-Care Centers to Be Featured at RFID in Health Care 2015
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and Northwestern University will be among the case studies presented at the event, being held this week in San Francisco.
- Moods of Norway Opts for Checkpoint RFID Labels, Tests Fixed Readers
The Scandinavian clothing company has seen a 20 percent boost in online sales from using handheld readers to take in-store inventory, and plans to pilot the adoption of fixed readers at its DC and stores.
- Polo Ralph Lauren Store Gets Smart Fitting Rooms
The interactive fitting-room technology, provided by Oak Labs, is part of Ralph Lauren's adoption of RFID for customer-facing applications and inventory tracking.