Zhang discusses his brand’s use of RFID as well as the positive feedback from consumers.
David Savastano, Editor11.26.19
The field of RFID is clearly evolving, and it is interesting to hear the perspective of people who have long been involved in the field. From time to time, Printed Electronics Now interviews some of the leaders in the field and presents their viewpoints.
Yongli Zhang, China Outfitters Holdings, Ltd.’s executive chairman and CEO, spoke with Printed Electronics Now about the company’s experience with RFID, as well as its successes and its plans for future deployment.
China Outfitters Holdings, Ltd. is an excellent example of a prominent clothing designed that uses RFID. Founded in 2011, China Outfitters designs and manufactures menswear for numerous immediately recognizable brands, including Artful Dodger, Doright, London Fog, Zoo York, MCS, Barbour, Jeep, Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club, and Maxim’s. They’re using RFID with their products for supply chain efficiencies, and plan to expand into retail stores beginning next year.
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