RFID Pilots Prove Tracking Benefits

The key is to design processes around the movement of assets.


These case studies point out several compelling best-use strategies for the employment of RFID in tracking containers and pallets. The companies that are having the greatest success, according to experts like Kelley, are the ones making the effort to design new processes around the movement of assets, as is the case with companies like Nancy's Foods, "rather than simply automating the processes they currently use."

"The best use, where the core economics make a great deal of sense, are where reusable tags are being used with reusable containers, in a relatively closed loop application and where they're controlling their own processes internally," says Kelley.

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