Transportation RFID Seals
–The Application of the RFID Seals and E-Seals in Container Shipping
With the development of international trade, international transport has become more and more frequent. Manufacturer focused on the role of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in the logistics industry for years to design a suitable tag. After tested many times on shipping containers. RFID seal was proved, traveled through ports, over borders, tracking trucks and on highways. The findings showed that using these RFID seals could increase supply chain efficiency, and improve the security of containerized cargo movements. Particularly when E-seals replace common mechanical seals.
Who moved your cheese?
As a far away in the other country of the buyers, do you have such a worry? From the country that has never met the supplier to buy a batch of goods, transported by freight forwarders who you even do not know. When you receive the goods before open, that moment, your little heart is still worrying about non-stop. Because you are afraid to open the container is a bunch of rubbish. You are afraid of who in the process of moving your cheese. You are afraid of different transshipment, your fortune road is destroyed. Even if you are lucky enough, you can not escape the manual operation mistakes. you mistakenly received the goods of others. What can you do then? You are very desperation!
As for suppliers, suffered the same.
How to get rid of the nightmare to the buyers and sellers? RFID tags manufacturer studied many years, test with different material. Plastic cable tie, it’s easy to manage the container, but can not bear the bad environment. If someone wants to destroy it, so easy. Then copy the same theory of RFID cable tie, instead of the material with steel wire, lucky enough, RFID seals come out.
Keep eyes on cheese
RFID Seals like your monitor keeps eyes on your cheese. Once the container locked by the RFID seal, a UID number will pass to the system. The system will monitor the state of each seal and provide alerts in the event of any attempts to open the doors. By transmitting a signal to the closest receiving RFID interrogator, located in each transfer place. As for the agent buyers appointed their side able to retrieve that information from a remote server. Perform multiple read/write functions and check the cargo’s status—all in real time.
Of course, the custom will say to your truck driver: hi man, please stop your car for one week, I have to open the container and check what put in. This is one of the scenes that you feel hopelessness before, isn’t it? One week waiting like a year especially your client push you in a crazy way, the only way you can do just push your supplier like mad. This thing happened to one of my clients, she said to me, ‘I want to die’, I replied, ‘me too!’
But now, custom no need to open the container. they can clearly know what put in. Maybe they get X-ray vision eyes? Not them, it’s the RFID reader, get an eye contact with the RFID seal, and all thoughts of it. Certainly, must RFID writer encode the ‘thoughts’ before. Transportation becomes no delay, no need open up. The RFID seal like the guard protect your goods and update any information to you once arrive at a station. You can enjoy a bottle of wine during the waiting of shipment instead of non-stop worried about.
RFID Seals make sure the safety of the container
Some transportation by trucks, while empty trucks return, still need RFID Seals to lock it. In this way can avoid smuggling action. The custom can scan the RFID seal to determine what in the truck and where is the destination. As well as the driver’s identity. Once the truck reaches its final destination, the tag is read again with a handheld reader. To confirm the vehicle was not opened before the seal is removed and reused. All data is stored in a database.
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