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K-C Looks At RFID Options

June 16, 2005

Kimberly-Clark has begun formal testing of Generation 2 Radio Frequency Identification hardware. The Generation 2 hardware provides a universal solution to RFID technology on a global basis, replacing numerous and incompatible systems with one system, used worldwide. Generation 2 RFID hardware scheduled to be tested at K-C's dedicated RFID research lab in Neenah, WI, include tags, readers, printers and applicators. This will allow the company to determine which hardware is the most compatible with its conveyor, logistics and shipping systems.
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