ORLANDO, Fla. -- SInce pallets are one of the primary targets of RFID tagging, Chep, a major pallet-pooling company based here, has seen a major opportunity in RFID technology.
To that end, Chep has been field testing RFID-tagged pallets for five years, and earlier this month introduced its Plus ID service. The service features RFID-enabled pallets, as well as software applications to track the tag through the supply chain.
Chep is working with manufacturers to put the technology in place ...
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