With the continuous expansion of the number of retail enterprises and logistics and distribution business, the use of logistics turnover boxes is also increasing. The phenomenon of turnover box loss has always existed. How to reduce turnover box management cost, avoid large amount of turnover box loss, and improve logistics operation efficiency has become a concern of the industry. Unlike traditional bar code tags, RFID has no electronic tags that can be read and written repeatedly, and the stored information can be used and modified multiple times. RFID technology simplifies complicated work processes with the advantages of long identification distance, speed, resistance to damage, and large capacity, and effectively improves the efficiency and transparency of the supply chain.
When the amount of turnover boxes in the enterprise is large, such as large quantities of turnover boxes in and out of the warehouse, if the inventory and recording are performed manually, the workload will be very large. The enterprise has to invest higher labor costs, and at the same time, the error is also Hard to avoid. However, if the RFID technology is introduced to manage the in and out of the turnover box in an automatic reading mode, it will not only be fast, it can greatly improve efficiency, but also save labor costs.
Turnover box RFID control has become a major force in warehousing logistics There are several major problems that plague enterprises in the operation of turnover box logistics: 1. High single product loss: the average loss and damage of the turnover box is about 8%/month, and there are multiple transfer operations during the circulation process, which greatly increases the possibility of loss. 2. Long circulation cycle: The single box turnover process is long and the utilization rate is low. Due to multi-party cooperation, inventory is difficult. Many turnover boxes are idle after being used once, while other demanders have to reorder again, resulting in resource shortages waste. 3. The operation process is chaotic: The operation process of different enterprises is different, which increases the operation cost, especially in the inventory management of the turnover box.
Turnover box logistics introduction. Large manufacturing companies have higher requirements for the distribution of production materials. Taking the electronics manufacturing industry as an example, most of the raw materials required are semi-finished products. Therefore, suppliers are often required to follow certain requirements during the procurement process. The specifications and proportions are delivered in complete sets through specific packaging containers (turnover boxes).
The RFID electronic label processed by the self-adhesive packaging method can be attached to the place where the surface of the turnover box is not easy to be hit, so that the RFID reader can quickly and accurately identify it. Considering that during the use of the turnover box, it may hit the RFID electronic label attached to the surface, which will cause the label to be damaged. At the same time, it is beneficial to the protection of the label against dust and water. The label can be embedded in the turnover box, or the The plasticized label is installed on the turnover box.
In actual logistics operations, it is usually necessary to quickly and accurately read a large number of turnover boxes with RFID electronic tags in a short time. Therefore, an array antenna group (ultra high frequency) can be used to ensure fast and accurate reading. Accurate reading.
RFID radio frequency identification technology quickly identifies each turnover box in the entire pallet and the cargo information in the turnover box. The biggest advantage of using RFID technology to identify the turnover box is that it can read the turnover box information of a cage at one time, and Compared with scanning barcodes locally, time and labor costs are greatly saved. Each turnover box is multi-style in the operation process. RFID technology is bound to the logistics turnover box to realize cost maintenance and rapid identification, which has become a major force in warehousing, transportation and logistics management.