DUSSELDORF, Germany — Metro Group here announced yesterday that it is set to considerably expand its use of RFID in concert with its suppliers in 2007. Metro has approved two RFID starter packs, from Intermec, Everett, Wash., which will be offered to its suppliers. The preconfigured application contained in the packs makes it possible to easily fit pallets and boxes with RFID tags, Metro said. Both RFID starter packs contain an Intermec RFID-enabled printer and Bluetooth bar-code scanner. In ...

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