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Black Tux adopts Fujitsu's new washable UHF RFID Fashion tag
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Oct '16
Courtesy: Business Wire
Courtesy: Business Wire
Online formalwear rental company Black Tux has adopted Fujitsu Frontech's new washable UHF RFID Fashion tag as well as Fujitsu's rugged Linen tag to reduce garment processing time and improve order accuracy. At the same time, these tags will also help Black Tux deliver faster to their customers, while reducing internal handling and administrative costs.

According to Fujitsu, its RFID tags allow warehouse staff to quickly and accurately configure an order with the precise item styles, colours, and sizes.

“Packed orders are then verified before shipping by reading the contents of the final shipping box without even touching the items in the box,” it added.

Additionally, returns are immediately scanned as soon as they are received, which helps Black Tux provide fast and accurate accounting of returned items, while also reducing chances of lost items due to inaccurate manual sorting and scanning with traditional bar code readers. (AR)

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