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SML RFID releases new inlays for retail supply chain
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Aug '16
SML RFID, leading RFID technology and total brand identification solution provider, has released seven new inlays for RFID retail supply chain management.

The new inlays have been customised to fit the size, performance, and requirements for inventory management of small cosmetics, poly bagged apparel, and accessories.

SML has released seven new RFID inlays; three RFID inlays are certified by the Auburn University RFID Lab and are in parallel with the GS1 Tagged-Item Performance Protocol (TIPP) guidelines to coordinate with different retailer categories. The other four inlays are developed for covering a variety of supply chain categories special use cases including cosmetics, wine bottles, books, furniture and apparel.

The new RFID inlays will be used in all types of labels and hangtags, including SML's multicolour, high-resolution RFID integrated hangtags.

These are high-quality offset printed and digitally imprinted RFID hangtags, that can be delivered within ten business days from any of SML's 17 globally located service bureaus, have the RFID inlay embedded inside and are produced using the highest quality off-set and digital printing and encoding processes. The inlays will also be offered in less expensive flexographic and thermal print versions. In addition to the integrated labels and hangtags, the inlays can be also used in SML's sewn in fabric labels.

Dean Frew, chief technology officer and senior vice president of RFID Solutions for SML Group said, “SML continues to invest in technology advancements, expanding on our unique portfolio of RFID inlays that exceed the performance needs of our clients. With the latest release of RFID inlays, SML brings a broader set of RFID tags for hard to read cosmetics, apparel and accessories, expanding RFID retail deployment and transforming the shopping experience.” (GK)

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