US: Enhanced RFID offer from Avery Dennison
RFID solutions specialist Avery Dennison has joined forces with a number of partners to deliver a new range of products in its newly expanded portfolio.
The company worked with partners including NXP, Impinj and EM Marin in the development of the products, including improved graphic capabilities for RFID tag designers, including the apparel and footwear industries.
“Working in tandem with our partners, we’ve leveraged our innovation capabilities and technologies to create solutions that help retailers and brands improve their performance with RFID,” said Mark Hill, vice president and general manager, global innovation and solutions development.
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