How Reynolds saved up to £150,000 per year with its RFID tracking project

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Reynolds food distribution lorry delivering goods in Central London
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Reynolds food distribution lorry delivering goods in Central London

Food distributor Reynolds has cut costs by tracking a key asset integrating RFID tagged crates with its Infor M3 ERP system

Fresh food distributor Reynolds has saved itself as much as £150,000 per year following the implementation of a project to embed RFID tags into its delivery crates. Also known as ‘totes', the project...

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