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Fujitsu makes ultra thin tag for fashion apparel
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May '17
Fujitsu Frontech North America, a leader in innovative technology and front-end solutions, has developed their thinnest UHF RFID tag for high fashion apparel, garments and accessories. The new seven millimetres wide WT-A533L washable UHF RFID fashion tag mini can be easily inserted into garments and high fashion items without a pouch or heat-seal tape.

Using an RFID tag in fashion items assures trackability, reduces loss and provides positive item identification. Fujitsu is showcasing the new WT-A533L Fashion Tag mini as well as its entire family of washable RFID tags at the ongoing RFID Journal Live Conference and Exposition.

“Tracking fashion garments, formalwear, and accessories is critical to a successful garment rental enterprise. The new, slimmer, fashion tag mini allows tags to be easily attached to existing inventory items providing greater flexibility and lower costs for upgrading garments and accessories,” said Randy Fox, vice president of sales and marketing, Fujitsu Frontech North America.

“Fashion garment designers and manufacturers will benefit from its small, almost imperceptible design allowing them to provide positive identification of their high value items while reducing incidents of loss and return fraud,” Fox said.

Unlike most washable RFID tags, the new WT-A533L fashion tag mini is manufactured with transparent materials, which makes it virtually invisible when sewn into clothing or accessories. It can easily be sewn into the sheerest garments, lace, silks, formalwear, even tee shirts and accessories. The new fashion tag mini is designed for permanent installation into high-value fashion apparel and is home wash, dry-clean, and ironing safe. (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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