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Fashion Tracked by French Logistics Company

French third-party logistics company SeD Logistiques is using an ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) Gen 2 RFID system at its Paris distribution center to improve the services it provides to its brand-name apparel manufacturers, by moving products faster and with less risk of inaccuracies than its competitors. The solution provides the company with the ability to automatically track the receiving, packing and shipping of fashion apparel, and to provide one of SeD's apparel customers with data regarding its products' movements through SeD's DC, thereby enabling the customer's own inventory management and stock replenishment.

SeD moves a total of 5 million to 10 million garments through its facility annually for approximately five customers; this involves receiving and storing products, and then packing and shipping specific orders for retail stores.

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French third-party logistics company SeD Logistiques is using an ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) Gen 2 RFID system at its Paris distribution center to improve the services it provides to its brand-name apparel manufacturers, by moving products faster and with less risk of inaccuracies than its competitors. The solution provides the company with the ability to automatically track the receiving, packing and shipping of fashion apparel, and to provide one of SeD's apparel customers with data regarding its products' movements through SeD's DC, thereby enabling the customer's own inventory management and stock replenishment.

SeD moves a total of 5 million to 10 million garments through its facility annually for approximately five customers; this involves receiving and storing products, and then packing and shipping specific orders for retail stores.

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