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There are main problems in traditional logistics and distribution: lack of accuracy in inventory statistics, irregular order filling, loss of goods, inventory of goods, and labor costs. In view of the problems existing in the traditional logistics distribution center, how to apply RFID technology in the distribution center is introduced in detail from one of the following aspects.
1.Warehousing and inspection
When the goods with electronic labels arrive at the distribution center, the reader at the entrance will automatically read the labels. According to the information read, the management system will automatically update the inventory list, and at the same time, according to the needs of the order, the corresponding goods will be sent to correct location. This process greatly simplifies the traditional procedures of goods acceptance and storage, and saves a lot of labor-intensive work such as tedious inspection, recording, and inventory.
2.Organize and replenish cargo
The delivery truck equipped with the mobile reader automatically organizes the goods, and automatically transports the goods to the correct location according to the instructions of the computer management center. At the same time, the inventory list of the computer management center is updated to record the latest location of the goods. The inventory replenishment system will automatically send an application to the management center when the inventory is insufficient to the specified quantity, and replenish the corresponding quantity of goods at the appropriate time according to the command of the management center. When sorting out the goods and replenishing the inventory, if it is found that the goods are stacked in the wrong position, the reader will alarm the management center at any time. According to the instructions, the delivery vehicle will re-stack the goods to the designated correct position.
Through the RFID system, the inventory and the management center are closely linked, and the order filling in the management center integrates the delivery, outbound, inspection, and update of the inventory catalog into a whole, which minimizes the occurrence of errors, and also Manpower is saved.
4.Outbound transportation of goods
After the application of RFID technology, the transportation of goods will be highly automated. When the goods leave the warehouse in the distribution center and pass the effective range of the reader at the warehouse exit, the reader automatically reads the information on the goods label, and can directly transport the goods out of the warehouse to the retailer without scanning.
Because the traditional inventory work is done manually, it not only wastes a lot of human resources, but also is prone to errors and low efficiency due to the cumbersome operation. However, after adopting RFID technology, these problems can be solved well, so that the inventory work can be completed quickly and with high accuracy.
The information of the goods is read through the RFID handheld device and compared with the goods in the system, so that the quantity, type, warranty period and other information of the goods can be easily checked. Compared with traditional inventory work, it not only saves a lot of human resources and reduces labor costs, but also improves work efficiency and accuracy, and reduces corporate losses. Adjusting the cargo position through the management system does not require manual adjustment, which is more intelligent and accurate.
Compared with traditional barcode scanners, RFID handhelds overcome the following problems:
1.The barcode cannot be scanned normally when the light conditions are too poor;
2.Only one barcode can be scanned at a time, which is inefficient;
3.The barcode label is easy to be damaged or fall off, if this happens, the scanner will be difficult to identify;
4.The barcode scanner can only read the barcode at a short distance and without any object blocking.
If clothing retailers use RFID tags on each piece of clothing, they can trace single products from production, warehousing, logistics, to store management, and the operation efficiency of the enterprise will be greatly improved. Through RFID tags, the data flow of each link will be more timely, and the rapid collection of data in each link can also provide reference for the decision analysis of clothing retailers, the supply chain response will also be more agile, and the supply chain cycle will be greatly shortened.
1.Workstation management and work-in-process tracking in garment production
RFID electronic tags are tied to clothes in the form of hang tags. Because of their ultra-high frequency characteristics, they can be read from a long distance and in batches, and product information can be learned in real time with the help of intelligent systems or devices (such as handhelds, tunnel machines, etc.).
2.In-out management and store inventory management of clothing in logistics and warehousing
In warehousing, the labor efficiency of receipt, delivery, and inventory is low, and errors are prone to occur. Using RFID technology, it can achieve an accurate identification speed of 6 seconds per box without opening the box, and the sorting of bulk goods and returns can reach 2 seconds per piece; store staff Use smart devices such as handhelds to quickly take inventory.
3.Anti-counterfeiting, anti-theft and anti-channeling
The RFID electronic tag on the clothes is the only identity information, which helps to prevent counterfeiting and theft, and also avoids the behavior of unscrupulous dealers selling at low prices to earn the difference.
It can be seen that fashion industry brand owners use RFID technology to achieve rapid scanning and reading of products in supply chain management, retail management and internal management of enterprises, and then realize products from raw materials to semi-finished products, finished products, transportation, warehousing, distribution, and shelves. Real-time monitoring of links such as , sales, and even return processing, establish a safe and reliable management model, and help enterprises achieve a low-cost and efficient supply chain operation system.