Many companies are giving item-level radio-frequency identification tagging a try as they attempt to get a better idea of what retail items are in stock. It may eventually make sense for companies to begin tagging items immediately after they are produced in manufacturing plants, Susan K. Lacefield writes. This would allow distribution centers to scan shipments as they receive them and use this data internally.
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