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Apparel Manufacturer Takes First Steps Toward RFID Usage

Hosiery and intimate apparel manufacturer Kayser-Roth is providing item-level RFID UHF EPC Gen 2 tagging of men's socks packaging as the products are shipped to one of its customers. But rather than simply applying the tags merely to meet the retailer's mandate, Kayser-Roth is testing and verifying them as well during product audits, using RFID readers at three specific points of manufacture to verify that the tag is working and to ensure that the correct tag has been applied to each product.

Kayser-Roth manufactures variety of hosiery and intimate apparel bearing the Hue and No Nonsense brands, as well as private-label products. It manufactures its products at four facilities in North Carolina and Tennessee, and has its headquarters in Greensboro, N.C.

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Hosiery and intimate apparel manufacturer Kayser-Roth is providing item-level RFID UHF EPC Gen 2 tagging of men's socks packaging as the products are shipped to one of its customers. But rather than simply applying the tags merely to meet the retailer's mandate, Kayser-Roth is testing and verifying them as well during product audits, using RFID readers at three specific points of manufacture to verify that the tag is working and to ensure that the correct tag has been applied to each product.

Kayser-Roth manufactures variety of hosiery and intimate apparel bearing the Hue and No Nonsense brands, as well as private-label products. It manufactures its products at four facilities in North Carolina and Tennessee, and has its headquarters in Greensboro, N.C.

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