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RFID STUDY

More than 1.4 billion RFID tags will be used for packaging by 2008, according to the study Radio Frequency Identification for Packaging: Solutions for the Distribution Chain.
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Manual on anticounterfeiting, no; useful compendium, yes

Whether a book or an anthology, this volume on pharmaceutical anticounterfeiting is both interesting and valuable, but flawed.
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Schubert Packaging Systems (Addison, TX) opened a new 5.5 million Euro (US $6.08 million) Warehouse Logistics Center (above) in Crailsheim, Germany.
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SATO partners with CCL Label

SATO America (Charlotte, NC) partnered with CCL Label (Rosemont, IL) whereby CCL with manufacture all RFID tags and labels for SATO America, as well as resell SATO RFID-enabled printers.
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Resina West (Murrieta, CA) acquired the assets of The New Resina Corp. (Brooklyn, NY).
There are a number of high- and low-technology ways to help safeguard containerized shipments. The military demonstrates an auto
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Packaging 'ahoy'

Congressional mandates on ocean shipping security are expected to stimulate packaging and container technology.
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RFID is hot!

In late January in Miami, the topic of Intelligent & Smart Packaging was as hot as the conference location. The Pira Intl. (www.piranet.com) and IDTechEx (www.idtechex.com) Conference and Tradeshow was dominated by electronic product coding, or ePC.
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The leading edge of package ID

Here is more of our interview with Kevin Ashton, executive director of the Auto-ID Center, a research project of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.
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Q&A: A bold new world of automated ID

Kevin Ashton is executive director of the Auto-ID Center (www.autoidcenter.org), a research project of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.
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Zebra Technologies: RFID printer/encoder

The compact R402 RFID smart label printer/encoder prints and programs 13.56 MHz smart labels for radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. The R402 unit reads, encodes, and verifies information programmed to an ultra-thin RFID transponder embedded inside the label.

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