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Field Application Engineer – Gothenburg, Sweden
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SBB Cargo Provides Automated Alerts of Freight Car Movements Via RFID
The Swiss rail company is deploying a passive UHF system from Vilant to track the movements of thousands of freight cars as they arrive at and leave rail stations and shunting yards.
RFID based vendor-managed inventory (VMI) for paper cores – Sonoco Alcore Case
Sonoco Alcore delivers tube and core solutions and services to our customers in the paper, film, man-made fiber yarn, metal and construction industries. They deliver cores to paper manufacturers, where production processes run continuously day and night.
Automated loading verification with RFID at the Nässjö Distribution Center – JYSK Sweden Case
JYSK is a global retail chain that is a leader on the European market in all articles for the bedroom, the bathroom, the living room, the window and the patio. JYSK is owned by Lars Larsen, who opened his first store in Aarhus, Denmark back in 1979. Since then, JYSK has grown to become a …Continue Reading
Logimat 2017 – Stuttgart, Germany
Vilant is again participating in the Logimat 2017 fair from 14th – 16th March. Please come and visit us.
Logistics and Distribution 2017 – Zürich, Switzerland
Vilant is participating in the Logistics and Distribution 2017 fair in Zürich from 26th -27th April. Please come and visit us.
Traceability in food industry recycling and fertilizers – Case Honkajoki
RFID system improved the traceability of container and animal-based raw materials
Tyre manufacturing traceability – Case Nokian Tyres
Real time accurate and automated traceability for tyre production
New support portal
To improve the management and visibility of all the service requests, upgrades, consumables orders and general business we decided to launch a service portal.
RFID forklifts on the fast track
In terms of new application areas the forklift solution space is growing fast because it just makes sense.