- Maternity Apparel Maker Gives Birth to Smart Displays in Stores
Tomorrow's Mother says the RFID system provides timely, accurate inventory data, enabling the company to improve business processes and better meet customers' needs.
- The Queens Library System Grows With RFID
Millions of tagged books, DVDs and CDs speed checkout times, boost visits and add value to the community.
- The RFID Brick Road
Columbus Brick is using a real-time locating system to more efficiently manage inventory and the location of goods in its brickyard.
- From Farm to Fork
Norway's Nortura is using RFID to bring increased efficiency to meat production.
- Sushi à la RFID
Blue C, a Seattle sushi chain, deployed an RFID system to keep the food that revolves through its restaurants fresh and optimize its operations.
- Beaver Street Fisheries Automates RFID Tagging
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
Dairy Farmers of America met Wal-Mart's tagging mandate, and the organization is now poised to reap internal benefits.
- RFID Ripens Cheese
Sachsenmilch AG, a German cheese maker, tags and tracks carts of cheeses to improve quality control during production and comply with European Union regulations.
- Reading Books Reduces Out-of-Stocks
BGN, Holland's largest bookseller, plans to roll out RFID at its 42 stores throughout 2007 and 2008.
- 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.
- 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.
- Tracking Products to Thwart Thieves
To reduce losses and boost efficiency, Woolworths has launched a pilot that uses RFID and other technologies to track products through the supply chain.
- Learning From Prada
The Italian clothier has put RFID tags on every item in its New York Epicenter store. This is more than just a clever marketing ploy.