Labels document the supply chain.

RFID chips, sewn into garment labels, allow seamless monitoring of shipments

Gerry Weber International AG uses RFID tags to track its merchandise, from production right through to sale.

Gerry Weber International AG is a trailblazer in the clothing industry.

It is the first manufacturing company in the world to sew electronic labels containing a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip into its garments. This enables the company to track the whereabouts of each individual item in real-time and respond to delays and disruptions.

The Electronic Article Surveillance system is supplied by Telekom's subsidiary T-Systems. You can find out here how RFID technology helps prevent shoplifting in retail stores, how it simplifies shop inventory taking and how it is used to monitor the supply chain.

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