Red Ledge has chosen Logistics Link Live for the first public showing of its new Red Ledge RFID Manufacturing & Logistics end-to-end production and warehousing system built on RFID technology, which the company believes is the first of its kind.
The global RFID market is forecast to grow at 22.4 per cent per annum (CAGR) to 2018, according to Infiniti Research. The service also includes trials in which companies can pilot RFID, assess its suitability for their organisation and familiarise themselves with the technology.
“We are responding to growing business demand for a specialist RFID service – a centre of excellence users can rely on,” says Red Ledge managing director Andy O’Donnell.
Logistics Link Live takes place on Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th June 2014 at the NEC in Birmingham, UK, this two-day solutions and networking event is designed for logistics, warehouse and distribution managers to find out the latest innovations in logistics and supply chain, including: warehouse management and automation; packaging; materials handling; picking; sortation; training; software; RFID; mobile technology; consultancy, and more.
Alongside the exhibition is the Logistics Manager Summit which this year is focusing on Cost and Efficiency, which will include contributions from Tesco, Actavis, Hull University Business School, The Co-operative Food, Aggregate Industries and Aspire Defence.
And there is a full programme of technical seminars including: how to use of RFID in the warehouse; getting financial gains from space saving; achieving pick rates of over 1,000 outers per hour per man; and future proofing logistics systems.
Logistics Link Live is now open for registration. Go to: