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Francisco Melo, VP and General Manager of Avery Dennison Smartrac, talks about the new RFID factory in Brazil, giving his vision on the importance of this initiative for local customers

The new plant delivers radio frequency identification (RFID) solutions for the growing market in Latin America, particularly in Brazil

The adoption of QR Codes and Datamatrix instead of one-dimensional Barcodes requires only the printing of dynamic and variable codes, according to Luiz Costa, GS1 Brazil’s executive

Korde leverages tracking power for sustainability

The GS1 Brazil initiative acts as a center of excellence for supply chains with consulting, connecting data intelligence and corporate education for companies

Totvs bets on boosting business in 2022

Director Angela Gheller spoke exclusively to IoP Journal about supply chain strategies, the use of smart packaging and sustainability

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

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

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

GS1 has courses on identification for various professionals

In addition to preparing for certifications, there is a partnership with Harvard University in the United States, that can be done online and with international recognition

Chinese brands bring quality in addition to low price

With printers and readers tested and approved by strategic suppliers in Brazil, Chainway and Postek promise to enable RFID applications in several companies

Agribusiness reaps benefits from Internet of Packaging

Farms are controlling production and inventories, input factories guarantee authenticity of products and correct disposal of packaging, and consumers know what they are consuming

New packaging solution integrates active and intelligent technologies

Nanosensors react with the chemistry of packaged fruits to measure ripeness and a QR Code allows to know the origin of the product and improve its logistics

Smart Packaging includes more than cutting edge technologies

RFID, Digital Printing, QR Codes, Bar Codes, Augmented Reality are among those technologies that can make supply chains smarter, if well employed
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