Radio Frequency Identification For Inventory Control & Security

rfid tools

Many manufacturing and assembly operations incorporate the use of different tools and equipment in the creation and building of the products they sell. Every business does all it can to ensure that this process runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible, but as everyone in business knows, no process is perfect.

Occasionally tools or parts become lost, left behind or worse, left inside products on the assembly line. To avoid this from happening we have implemented a wide range of RFID applications and solutions to assist companies with keeping track of their tools and equipment on the job site.

Track equipment and tools so you know where items are at all times

There are many benefits to implementing an RFID tracking system for tools and equipment from being able to scan for and track tools in dirty, dark and harsh environments, through to being able to scan tools inside cases and toolboxes.

Benefits of using an RFID tag system for the tracking of tools and equipment

  • Decrease time wasted by lengthy, time-consuming manual inventories
  • Line of sight isn’t needed to scan tools – perfect for dirty or dark areas or greasy, covered tools
  • Maintain accountability for broken or missing tools
  • Keep track of your complete tool inventory, in real-time across multiple sites

Talk to Easitag today about our RFID tool management systems that assist you in maintaining control over tools, equipment and other critical items quickly and efficiently. We can assist with just labels and tags or can work within our network of referral businesses to provide you with a full RFID tracking solution.

Contact us today on 1800 007 375 about RFID tool tracking systems.

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