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How Reynolds saved up to £150,000 per year with its RFID tracking project

Fresh food distributor Reynolds has saved itself as much as £150,000 per year following the implementation of a project to embed RFID tags into its delivery crates. Also known as ‘totes', the project enabled the £210 million turnover company to track the crates to customers and demand their return, rather than writing them off or packaging deliveries in disposable plastic or cardboard material. "We were packing goods into sturdy plastic totes because that's what our customers wanted. That was all very well, but we were finding that we weren't getting them all back," IT director Richard Calder told Computing.

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