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Apparel company Hugo Boss partners with RFID solutions company Nedap to implement company's iD Cloud inventory management platform for its retail business that uses RFID technology to create supply chain visibility, improve merchandise availability

Avery Dennison offers digital product passports for EV batteries to meet European Commission requirements that all energy-storage goods need to be equipped with digital IDs to track their life cycle, boost chance they will be reused, recycled

Avery Dennison launches AD Slim DF EM4425 dual-frequency RFID inlay for item-level tagging for logistics, industrial, medical applications; inlay is used for inventory, supply chain management, tracking, tracing valuable goods, product authentication

German environmental services provider Interseroh+ certifies that sustainability security label manufacturer Checkpoint Systems' clear RF labels, RFID inlays are recyclable as part of household recycling process, without being removed from packaging

RFID market projected to reach US$35.6B by 2030 from US$14.5B in 2022, growing at CAGR of 11.9%; market includes tags, readers, software, services for real-time monitoring in healthcare, retail, logistics, supply chain: MarketsandMarkets report

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