MINNEAPOLIS -- Target Corp. here is asking its largest suppliers to start attaching RFID (radio frequency identification) tags to pallets and cases of goods delivered to its regional distribution centers by next spring. Target has thus become the third major retail company to issue such a request to its suppliers. In January at the National Retail Federation conference in New York, Metro Group, Dusseldorf, Germany, announced it will have its top 100 suppliers affix RFID tags to pallets and ...

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