RFID
Radio Frequency Identification For Inventory Control & Security

rfid clothing

When it comes to protecting retail stock there are many different options and we usually recommend our EAS retail security systems and labels however, businesses with legacy systems or RFID security systems need to look at RFID labels for their clothing, apparel and fashion items to protect items and reduce theft attempts.

 

Some companies wish to track clothing throughout the manufacturing process to understand, count and enter reliable data during manufacturing runs. Other businesses need to know what clothing is in boxes or containers without having to open them.

Track clothing so you know where items are at all times

As mentioned above many companies use RFID to track clothing items in boxes, crates and containers to quickly and easily identify the type and amount of clothing. This reduces time during stock takes and increases efficiency and accuracy of product data.

RFID for clothing and apparel can be used for

  • Inventory management
  • Production control
  • Retail management
  • Brand segregation
  • Care labelling


Talk to Easitag today about RFID for your range of clothing, apparel and fashion. We can assist with just the RFID labels and tags or can work within our business network to provide you with a full RFID tracking solution.

Contact us today on 1800 007 375 about RFID for clothing and apparel.  

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