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With Haco's RFID solution, the company reduced the cost of inventories and improved its business processes, using GS1 standards

The company has been using GS1 standards since 2003, which facilitated entry into the Universal Postal Union (UPU) RFID system, for which Correios is the laboratory of the World

The company based in Brazil has been reaping the benefits of iTAG's radio frequency identification (RFID) technology since May 2021, and continues to expand its deployment

Cemil tracks supply chain with QR Codes

SIG's Pac.Trust solution was adopted by the long-life milk and dairy company to give visibility to all product circulation and storage management

ZF Aftermarket boosts productivity with Avery Dennison tags

The mobility technology company improved performance by 18 percent with RFID tags in its division dedicated to auto parts replacement

ID-Cotton ships first load of 100 per cent traceable cotton

The operation was carried out on September 21 at the Port of Santos, Brazil, and bound for Vietnam, with the entire data of the origin of the Brazilian raw material

Lado Avesso tracks goods from factory to stores

The fashion brand implemented radio frequency identification (RFID) solution from iTAG Etiquetas Inteligentes, following GS1 standards, with benefits to its retailers

Cachaça Roma uses NFC to ensure product authenticity

The beverage company is using Avery Dennison's NFC technology to connect consumers with the brand and enhance the customer experience

Spanish outlet operates with RFID in Brazil

Privalia takes advantage of suppliers' smart tags to integrate with its own stock and inventory control application

Toy factory adapts to customer’s technological demand

Calesita implemented RFID in its products in order to ensure stock control and traceability in the supply chain to the Havan stores and more

Brazilian post company starts using RFID in its cargo

The global postal modernization project was initiated in Correios Brazil supported by the Universal Postal Union (UPU), the United Nations agency (UN), and GS1 standards

ID-Cotton and AG Surveyors take Brazilian cotton to a new quality level

Products tracked from seeding to the final consumer offer complete confidence in the international market, thanks to the GS1 Electronic Product Code (EPC) standard

RFID company uses its own technology to control inventories

iTAG, one of the largest Brazilian radio frequency identification technology developers, uses the system implemented in customers to manage the tags in its own bureau
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