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North-woods beef jerky maker adopts RFID to track shipments

With the help of Wisconsin-based ABC Computers, Jack Links Beef Jerky will be able to keep up with the requirements of big distributors such as Wal-Mart, which is requiring its suppliers to add wireless tracking devices to their products.

Jack Links is headquartered in Minong, Wisconsin.

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The interest in RFID is not limited to companies that are required to comply with RFID mandates from major customers, such as Wal-Mart, [the Department of Defense], Target, etc., said Raj Veeramani, director of the University of Wisconsins E-Busin......

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Katy Williams is a Madison-based correspondent for WTN and can be reached at katy@wistechnology.com.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Katy Williams 11/22/04


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