Makenji, a manufacturer of women's and men's fashion, now tags all of its products, reducing costs and boosting its competitiveness.
An RFID- and barcode-based solution from Mieloo & Alexander allows German fashion retailer Bonprix to display a single garment for each style, while shoppers can request specific sizes and colors to try on or purchase, bypassing the process of searching through racks of clothes.
The e-commerce company, which sends goods to customers to test out before making a purchase, has adopted the technology to manage its products.
Amid growing concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the company has announced that this year's conference and exhibition will now be held online.
Last year, the clothing retailer and manufacturer sold two million apparel items representing 36,000 SKUs, a volume that demands greater visibility of inventory throughout the entire supply chain.
The For Boys For Girls store chain has invested in greater efficiency and agility through radio frequency identification technology.
Checkpoint Systems' Inventory Quarantine solution for retailers and distribution centers automates the process of isolating apparel handled in fitting rooms or returned by a customer, until any COVID-19 transmission risk has passed.
Sonra and other brands are launching an encrypted, tamper-evident solution with app and blockchain functionality, provided by collectID, to help collectors ensure authenticity, gain brand content and manage collections digitally.
SML Group's survey of 20 companies finds that the greatest concern as quarantines lift will be gaining visibility into idled stock, so the RFID technology company is offering a solution including tags, leased handheld readers and cloud-based inventory management.
Montreal's Jewish General Hospital leveraged its existing RFID management system for tracking hospital garments to enable an overnight ramp-up of scrubs demands to meet COVID-19 related regulations.