The market pulp producers want RFID to become the identification technology of choice in all parts of the global pulp supply chain.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) refers to a wireless system comprised of two components: tags and readers. The reader is a device that has one or more antennas that emit radio waves and receive signals back from the RFID tag. The tag is a light-weight repulpable label with a water-soluble adhesive and a lead-free metal alloy antenna conductor.
Key Process Steps
RFID is the enabler of digital collaboration between all parties of the supply chain
- RFID tags are applied to pulp units in pulp mills
- RFID tags are scanned during loading and discharging in all nodes of the supply chain
- RFID tags provide customers real-time inventory and quality data
Benefits to producers
Benefits in logistics
Benefits to customers
Benefits for the entire supply chain