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Sumikin Bussan to sell Impinj Speedway RFID products
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Sep '09
Leading UHF Gen 2 radio frequency identification (RFID) technology provider Impinj, Inc. and global trading company Sumikin Bussan announced that Sumikin Bussan will sell the Impinj Speedway family of RFID reader and antenna products throughout Japan, ensuring that Japanese RFID solution providers now have easy access to the world's leading UHF Gen 2 technology for a wide variety of applications and markets.

Sumikin Bussan is a leading trading company with deep relationships in numerous key industrial markets throughout Japan and first-hand experience piloting RFID technology in their own apparel supply chain. The relationship with Sumikin Bussan signifies the growing importance and value of UHF RFID technology solutions and strengthens the global presence of the Impinj brand.

"We are pleased to represent Impinj RFID products in Japan, " said Dick Yamauchi, General Manager of Supply Chain Management & Project Development Department for Sumikin Bussan. "We believe Impinj's products combined with our market knowledge and expertise will accelerate the expansion of RFID adoption in Japan."

"We are impressed with Sumikin Bussan's leadership both working with the Japanese Government and internationally to promote the adoption of UHF Gen 2 solutions," said Larry Arnstein, Senior Director of Business Development for Impinj. "It is an honor to have been chosen by Sumikin Bussan. We look forward to jointly supporting our mutual customers and to helping the market grow."

Impinj and Sumikin Bussan will promote the Impinj Speedway product line at the AUTO-ID Expo in Tokyo on September 16-18, 2009.

Impinj Inc

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