Materials handling & storage and supply chain > Supply chain & traceability (RFID/barcodes)

Get cracking on egg stamping

04 November, 2014

From 26 November 2014, NSW egg producers need to stamp each egg with a unique identifying mark that will enable them to be easily traced back to the farm where it was laid.


Chinese food scandal further erodes consumer trust

22 October, 2014

Yet another Chinese food scandal has irreparably eroded consumer trust in the government and food safety regulations, according to research from the University of Illinois.


Global Food Traceability Center seafood traceability financial tool

16 October, 2014

The Global Food Traceability Center has launched a seafood traceability financial tool to assist organisations to understand the financial impact of implementing traceability.


GS1 GDSN hits 15 million global trade items

26 September, 2014

The GS1 Global Registry has reached an important milestone: 15 million global trade items. The registry is a directory that helps companies synchronise standardised product data with trading partners worldwide.


Tool tracks financial impact of traceability in seafood industry

18 September, 2014

To help the seafood industry understand the financial impact of implementing traceability, the Global Food Traceability Center has launched a Seafood Traceability Financial Tool.


Food traceability best practice document released

25 August, 2014

The Global Food Traceability Center has issued a guidance document on food traceability best practices. The document summarises the similarities and differences among them in regards to traceability.


CHEP opens Logistics Control Centre

21 August, 2014

CHEP Australia has launched its national Logistics Control Centre at Erskine Park in Sydney's western suburbs. Peter Mackie, global group president of CHEP Pallets, officially opened the centre.


Schmersal RSS260 safety sensor with RFID technology

30 June, 2014

The RSS260 safety sensor combines the detection principle of RFID technology and a high switching distance in a compact design.


Two-thirds of store delivery suppliers cannot process all consumer data

26 May, 2014

More than 60% of store delivery suppliers in the Australian and New Zealand FMCG industry admit the amount of consumer data they can collect exceeds their capability to process and act on it, a new report from Intermec by Honeywell reveals.


Sick RFU620 UHF RFID read/write device

08 May, 2014

The Sick RFU620 UHF RFID read/write unit offers a solution for the identification of containers, boxes or the correct aisle. It supports universal use even in extreme applications such as on stackers and in deep-freeze stores, or simply as a Kanban station.


Industrial track and trace: RFID or vision ID - what's best?

29 April, 2014

Track and trace technologies are designed to identify issues or inconsistency early in the manufacturing process to promote cost savings on inventory, labour and reduce wastage. This white paper provides a detailed comparison between RFID and vision identification technologies, highlighting benefits throughout the manufacturing process.


GS1 Australia and 1WorldSync sign multiyear contract

24 March, 2014

GS1 Australia has entered into a multiyear agreement with 1WorldSync. The agreement will reportedly provide GS1's supplier and data recipient user bases with a 'next generation' platform for the enhanced delivery of the GS1net Australasia data pool.


First inSight-branded product launches in China

20 March, 2014

Tenda Nutritional Foods has become the first company to launch an infant formula bearing the inSight brand in the Chinese market.


Turck Q175 UHF read/write head

17 October, 2013

Designed to communicate with multiple data carriers, the Q175 uses both HF and UHF RFID technologies. Turck says this capability allows it to expand its RFID technology to accommodate diverse industrial production and logistics processes.


10-year study explores supply chain optimisation

16 September, 2013

A joint 10-year research study has revealed how supply chain integration is a critical strategy for businesses today. The Project Noah study is a joint venture of GS1 Australia and the University of Melbourne.


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