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UPM Raflatac to dispatch RFID products within 48 hours
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Jan '09
UPM Raflatac has enhanced its service level with a promise to ship a wide selection of RFID tags and inlays in its product offering to customers within 48 hours of order. The selection consists of both HF and UHF products. As the number of new RFID implementations continues to grow on a global scale, availability of tags and inlays is increasingly important.

With UPM Raflatac's new service, companies can rely on rapid deliveries for their current and upcoming RFID implementations. "As a concrete benefit, our customers don't have to worry about tying up too much capital for storing large amounts of RFID tags. Instead they can rely on the availability of UPM Raflatac's RFID products based on occurring needs," says Marcus Vaenerberg, Vice President, Sales, UPM Raflatac, RFID.

In late 2008, UPM Raflatac strengthened its position as the leading manufacturer of RFID tags and inlays globally by opening a new production facility in China. "With production on three continents, Asia, North America and Europe, we are able to provide our customers with the best possible service level on a remarkably short notice," Vaenerberg highlights.

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