Executive Briefings

End-to-End RFID Enabled Supply Chain for Apparel Industry

A new facility that shows how radio frequency identification (RFID) can enhance supply chain management and in-store retail operations for garment manufacturers, brand owners, retailers and logistics providers has opened in Finland.
The Apparel RFID Solution Centre, thought to be the first of its kind in the world, is a joint venture between ADT, Salpomec and self-adhesive label materials supplier UPM Raflatac.
It demonstrates a complete end-to-end RFID enabled apparel supply chain, including source tagging, automatic goods reception, an RFID-based sorting system, replenishment and store inventory management and point of sale analytics and security.
Source: Just Style, http://www.just-style.com

A new facility that shows how radio frequency identification (RFID) can enhance supply chain management and in-store retail operations for garment manufacturers, brand owners, retailers and logistics providers has opened in Finland.
The Apparel RFID Solution Centre, thought to be the first of its kind in the world, is a joint venture between ADT, Salpomec and self-adhesive label materials supplier UPM Raflatac.
It demonstrates a complete end-to-end RFID enabled apparel supply chain, including source tagging, automatic goods reception, an RFID-based sorting system, replenishment and store inventory management and point of sale analytics and security.
Source: Just Style, http://www.just-style.com