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M&S implements two RFID strategies
Marks & Spencer, one of the United Kingdom’s largest retailers, has implemented RFID initiatives in both its food and clothing divisions with the aim of improving stock replenishment, verifying shipment accuracy, and ensuring product quality.
Aug 31st, 2005
Deluxe RFID is scalable
Deluxe Media Service’s RFID for boxed DVDs implemented at three distribution centers to meet a retailer mandate is flexible and scalable. See video
Aug 31st, 2005
Deluxe RFID solution is scalable
Deluxe Media Service’s RFID for boxed DVDs implemented at three distribution centers to meet a retailer mandate is flexible and scalable.
Jul 31st, 2005
Paxar Corp.: Compact RFID labels
Paxar now offers short feed-length 915 MHz Class One RFID smart labels in lengths as short as 1”. The Monarch 9855 RFID printer/encoder’s state-of-the-art design and unique antenna system allow it to encode these small labels reliably, without interference from the next label.
Dec 31st, 2004
Paxar Corp.: Compact 'smart label'
Paxar has announced the immediate availability of 915 MHz Class 1 RFID Smart Labels in lengths as short as 1” each. The Monarch 9855 RFID printer/encoder’s innovative design and antenna system are said to allow it to encode these small labels reliably, without interference from the next label.
Nov 30th, 2004
SATO America, Inc: SATO America, Inc: SATO America, Inc: SATO America, Inc: SATO America, Inc: Wax ribbon
S2, Dynic’s high-performance wax ribbon can print at speeds to 12”/sec and has an antistatic backcoat. Ribbon can be used in most Datamax, Eltron, Intermec, Paxar/Monarch, Printronix, RJS, Sato, and Zebra printers.
Jul 31st, 2003
Tharco (San Lorenzo, CA) has been selected for the 7th year by California to receive the 2000 Waste Reduction Awards Program award.
Nov 30th, 2000
Digital 'library' promises easier bar-code compliance
Many retailers require manufacturers to label their primary and transport packaging with a retailer-specific bar-coded label format. Labels that don't scan or are otherwise out of compliance with retailers' specifications can often result in big fines levied against the manufacturer.
May 31st, 1999
Supplier news: Domestic acquisitions, agreements
Bergen Computer (Mahwah, NJ) and Paxar Corp. (White Plains, NY) announced a strategic alliance to supply product identification solutions for apparel manufacturers.
Aug 31st, 1997