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.)

Inside Your 4 Walls

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


In The Yard

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


In The Field

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

Supply Chain

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

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