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UPM joins RFIDTags as HF RFID Tags Category Sponsor
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Apr '10
BlueBean is pleased to announce that UPM Raflatac has joined RFIDTags.com as the High-Frequency (HF) RFID Tags Category Sponsor. UPM Raflatac specializes in the development and high-volume production of HF and Ultra High Frequency (UHF) tags.

“As the world's number one manufacturer of HF and UHF RFID tags, we are pleased to be featured as the HF RFID Tags Category Sponsor on RFIDTags.com,” says Jan Svoboda, Sales & Marketing Director of RFID Business, Americas at UPM Raflatac. “RFIDTags.com provides great exposure of our products and offers superior customer service."

Sample packs of UPM Raflatac's HF and UHF products are available for purchase from RFIDTags.com. The website's user-friendly interface makes it easy to find the right RFID tag for each application. UPM Raflatac has RFID products suitable for a number of different applications including:

• Data Center Management
• Electronics Inventory Tracking
• Access Control
• Library and Rental
• Item Level Pharmaceutical
• Event Ticketing
• Ticketing and Media Management

“UPM Raflatac offers a wide range of innovative products, both HF and UHF, that meet the needs of various applications,” says BlueBean President Gregg Maggioli. “RFIDTags.com's selection of RFID tags, including those manufactured by UPM Raflatac, shows how RFIDTags.com has the best variety of RFID tags on the web today.”

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