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RFID Tracks Returnable Containers Used by Automotive Industry

CHEP, a pallet and container pooling services company owned by Australia-based Brambles, is running an RFID-based application that tracks returnable containers for the automotive industry at its facilities in countries across Europe, according to Floris Kleijn, CHEP's director of RFID as a service in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The industrial-grade plastic containers, known as foldable large containers, are used to transport large automotive parts from the supplier to the assembler of a vehicle. CHEP issues, collects and conditions the containers from its service centers.
Source: RFID Journal

CHEP, a pallet and container pooling services company owned by Australia-based Brambles, is running an RFID-based application that tracks returnable containers for the automotive industry at its facilities in countries across Europe, according to Floris Kleijn, CHEP's director of RFID as a service in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The industrial-grade plastic containers, known as foldable large containers, are used to transport large automotive parts from the supplier to the assembler of a vehicle. CHEP issues, collects and conditions the containers from its service centers.
Source: RFID Journal