RFIDdirect set to showcase pioneering work
RFIDdirect a North Wales based RFID-Solution provider is throwing open its doors this month to show how its pioneering team have positively improved stock-taking techniques – halving the time it takes to locate stock and monitor data in a production process.
We are inviting business owners, supply chain operators and production control manager to see its work first-hand, in action, as part of the showcase Wales Festival of Innovation – a national programme of events to celebrate ground-breaking business and technology activity in Wales.
RFIDdirect, which looks back on over 25 years of experience in the sector, will give visitors the opportunity to learn how it offer help and support to control their logistic process, capture data and run an in-process inventory successfully and economically.
Frits van Calker – Managing Director of RFIDdirect said: “We are very excited to be taking part in the festival and eager to share with others the achievements of our dedicated team here. The planned inspiring session provides you with the know-how for business improvement, no matter what size or manufacturing industry you come from”.
The event will take place at the Optic Glyndwr, Ffordd William Morgan, St Asaph Business Park on 22nd June 2017.
“Electronic asset and product identification in manufacturing” is set to run as part of the Wales Festival of Innovation – a fortnight-long celebration of discovery and invention, which will see a host of interactive events taking place across the country from the 19 – 30 June.
Festival spokesperson Idris Price (also a director of ESTnet) said: “The Festival of Innovation returns with a clear goal to build on the unprecedented successes of 2016, to champion the unique culture of innovation that exists in every region in Wales. With the fantastic support of innovators like RFIDdirect’s Frits van Calker, we are certain to achieve our goals.
For further details about the Festival got to www.festivalofinnovation.org
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