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Neenah lab helps firm ship RFID-tagged products to Wal-Mart

Dallas, Tex. Kimberly-Clark Corp. announced Wednesday that it has begun shipping Gen2 RFID-tagged cases of product to Wal-Mart, and the company has its dedicated Auto-ID research lab in Neenah, Wis., to thank for it.

The use of Gen2 RFID-tagged cases for the shipment of Huggies brand diapers is the company's next step in the implementat......

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Clement will have an increasingly important role in that endeavor. He heads an award-winning team comprised of 12 people, and has additional support from Kimberly-Clark's IT services department and its logistics alliance team. In 2005, the Auto-ID research lab was one of only two facilities in North America to be awarded the ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 04/19/06


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