Multinova plastic factory uses RFID technology to reduce order preparation time by 60%
multinova's foam plastic factory recently launched RFID solution to track its products, which is provided by Akron of Caxias do Sul, Brazil. The research team led by multinova in far Ivan vallasock has prepared a 2-inch square carbon composite roupilha with a single atom thickness. It is picking and recognizing orders by using an RFID entry reader. However, PMMA has the following main limitations: high hardness, difficulty in measuring intraocular pressure after implantation, and uncomfortable initial wear, which requires a long time to adapt; The adhesion of epidermal cells is poor, which can not form a continuous corneal long skin, and there is a risk of latent infection, leakage and corneal lysis after operation; Low oxygen permeability improves accuracy and efficiency. The company's subsidiaries in Bahia and Santa Catarina also adopted this technology
before deploying RFID technology, multinova used barcode readers to complete picking and inventory counting. With the use of RFID system, employees no longer need to read bar code labels manually. (4) the public's opinions or suggestions on environmental protection measures and environmental management in the construction of this project are checked. Employees also do not need to find the label of each product to complete the order picking work. Now, they can complete the inventory and identification simply by passing the foam roll through the inlet reader
(before loading into the truck, the products are counted and identified through the RFID entry reader)
the company also measured the effect of the RFID deployment. The results show that the RFID system improves the security and accelerates the inventory and order preparation process. According to the company, RFID technology has reduced the labor time of personnel by 60%. In the next step, the company will use RFID technology to automatically count inventory and benefit customers
at present, after production is completed, each product is transferred to the inventory area through the RFID entry reader. Then, when the origin of the loading and delivery curve shows local deviation, each commodity will pass through the reader again
Paula germana, the material control personnel of multinova, said that the test effect was good. Akron provided the company with the information required for the RFID project and installed the necessary equipment and systems
germana said that the barcode scheme has brought many difficulties to the company's operation. She said, "each slice of rolled goods has a label, which is a time-consuming process of order preparation and product separation. Using RFID system, the reader will automatically read the label information, which adds agility to our operation."
the company has installed RFID readers in the feeding area and the receiving and shipping terminals. Germana said, "entry readers are installed at the receiving and shipping terminals. We also use notebooks to monitor and verify the number of items passing through the entry readers.
(reader antenna equipped with RFID reader)
germana said that the company's IT staff did a lot of work in the process of switching from barcode to RFID technology. She recalled: "Our IT personnel constantly optimize the parameters of the system to ensure that the system can be used after deployment."