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Textile-apparel companies going for RFID solutions
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Sep '08
“Textile-Apparel companies are turning to RFID solutions to optimize their processes, enhance revenues and market share while reducing operational costs. RFID is now a centerpiece in their strategic thinking.”

The RFID boom is on! Be it libraries or government offices, retail stores or manufacturing companies, RFID is the buzz word today. It serves a wide range of applications, and has proved to be a boon for many organizations. The number of organizations recognizing the benefits of this wonderful technology called RFID is on the rise. Consequently, more and more organizations are adopting this technology.

A special feature on RFID is online @ fibre2fashion.com. It explains the concept of RFID in the textile industry in detail – from the meaning of the concept to its various applications and the benefits that it provides.

The textile industry has a wide scope for the application of RFID, and can exploit its varied advantages like inventory management, supply chain management, people tracing / tracking, retail solutions, warehouse & distribution management, and security solutions etc.

Visit the space for a greater understanding plus electing one that best suits your business. Explore, how it does!

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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