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Supply Chain

Improving Operational Efficiencies to Gain a Competitive Advantage

Defined by Wikipedia... A supply chain is a system of organizations, people, activities, information, and resources involved in moving a product or service from supplier to customer. Supply chain activities involve the transformation of natural resources, raw materials, and components into a finished product that is delivered to the end customer.

Key impacts of RFID in the Supply Chain may include:                               RFID Reader Enabling Approaches:

- Automated Stage & Ship                                                                               - Dock Door Portals                    - Integrated GPS

- Visibility to Product or Asset locations in Route                                            - On Board Readers                   - Remote RFID Enclosures

- Route Management connected to Product or Assets                                    - Lift Trucks                                - Asset Management

- Real Time Visibility of Vendor Managed Inventory                                        - Stretch Wrap Machines           - Hand Held

- Event Management & Notification With Movement Rules

- Synchronous Enterprise Integration

- Returnable Containment (Totes, Gaylord Containers, etc.)

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Inside Your 4 Walls

Increasing efficiencies from raw material, through WIP, to the warehouse and on to the truck...

 

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In The Yard

Real-time operational tracking driving increased accuracy and productivity...

 

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Supply Chain

Improving the operational efficiencies working with your Customers | Suppliers...

In The Field

Remote inventory control, asset management, delivery routes and field inspection...