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Make Sense of RFID Requirements

Trying to navigate the inventory control requirements of large retailers like Walmart? You need RFID (radio frequency ID). More importantly, you need a partner to help you navigate the process.

Supercharge Your Supply Chain

Effective RFID systems can help you manage inventory levels, see supply chain problems coming and fix them before it’s too late. It can also eliminate shipping errors, making sure your customers are getting the exact goods they ordered.

Smart Labels — RFID & NFC to Track Anything

Digital transformation is changing the way companies track their products — and manage the compliance requirements, especially if you want to sell to major retailers.

Your customers expect you to understand wireless technologies in your labeling, including RFID and Near-Field Communication (NFC). At Resource Label Group, our team has smart label experts to guide you in developing the tags and labels you need to meet the guidelines that apply to you.


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Want To Be in Business With Walmart? You Need a RFID Partner

Walmart was an early adopter of RFID tech and now mandates its use for vendors of apparel, home goods, entertainment, toys, hardware, and automotive products. 

When you develop your RFID labels with Resource Label Group, you can cross one item off your to-do list because we’re already approved by Walmart and other companies that require ARC-compatible RFID tags. Our team can serve as your partner to understand the requirements and implement the appropriate tags to comply with your retailers’ programs.

And Walmart isn’t the only organization with a RFID mandate. In 2024, the Food and Drug Administration will require medical devices and biologics to carry ID numbers, which are stored on RFID tags. Don’t sweat it! Resource Label Group can help you achieve compliance with the requirements that apply to your business.

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why should you use rfid?

All Pros, No Cons

Utilizing a system with RFID can result in:

  • More efficient supply chains
  • Fewer shipping errors
  • Counterfeit protection
  • Faster, more efficient inventory processes
  • More flexibility: Multiple formats allow you to produce both prime and unprinted labels in the same run

could you benefit?

Any Industry Can Reap the Benefits of RFID

It doesn’t really matter what line of work you’re in. If you have inventory, RFID can help you keep track of it all.

It’s already being put to use in business sectors like:

  • Retail, including personal care, beauty, cannabis, food, and beverage
  • Healthcare, including pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, and medical devices
  • Transportation and air travel
  • Manufacturing, including OEMs, automotive, and durable goods
  • Hospitality
  • Education
  • Security, warehousing and logistics
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How Does RFID Work?

RFID starts with the product labeling and use of a RFID tag. That tag contains its unique electronic product code.

You or your customer then uses a handheld reader to scan the product tags and send information back to their systems to process the data.

Resource Label Group demystifies the process and works with you to select the best RFID tags and labels to meet your needs, whether you’re dealing with clothes or chemicals – or anything in between. The ideal tag allows your items to be scanned from a distance, quickly and accurately.

Learn About Partnering with Resource Label Group on your RFID Journey

Download our full article on incorporating RFID into your business. Find out more about how it works, and which factors you need to consider when choosing RFID labels and tags.