CHEP Pallecon Solutions SELECTS Confidex RFID for its Tracking Solutions
GREENVILLE, SC: The provider of container rental, management and asset tracking services, CHEP Pallecon Solutions has selected Confidex RFID tag and label technology as part of CHEP-TRAC tracking services of refundable containers. To create a reliable link for the physical returnable assets with the CHEP-TRAC cloud-based solution, the CHEP Pallecon Solutions’ containers are being equipped with Confidex RFID tags and labels. “Our partnership with Confidex has allowed CHEP to provide customers with high-quality tags which are sure to stand up to the rigors of manufacturing environments,” said Keith Schall, director of IT Global Containers BRM for CHEP.
Under the partnership, Confedix will provide CHEP with high-quality tags that are capable enough to stand up to the tough manufacturing environments and can provide better data integrity offering complete asset visibility to the customers. Reliable data is achieved by designing completely optimized RFID tags and labels for the containers that pass through the field and work seamlessly wherever the containers are being used. The Confidex RFID tag can withstand the toughest surfaces for many years, bearing the rigorous cleaning process and extended usage.
Confidex provisions CHEP with various types of RFID tags and labels, as CHEP handles a large variety of returnable containers. CHEP, in turn, is able to provide end-customers with 4-in-1 identification which works with virtually any tracking system enabling tracking assets all the way down the value chain, wherever they go throughout multiple processes intertwined into one easy-to-use system.
Confedix is one of the leading suppliers of high-performing contactless ticketing and RFID tag solutions and services. Whereas CHEP is a Bramble company specialized in the pooling of unit-load equipment and associated services, focusing on the outsourced management of pallets, crates and containers. Brambles primarily serve the consumer goods, dry grocery, fresh food, retail and general manufacturing supply chains.
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