RFID World Africa 2006 is being held from 14 to 16 November at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg and visitors will find out how to use RFID to enhance their entire supply chain.
The third annual RFID World Africa conference has been designed to provide visitors with as much practical and technical insight and know-how as possible. The conference is crammed with case studies and interactive panel discussions featuring organisations that have already tackled RFID and are willing to share their experiences.
Dale Tuck, executive manager of Business Systems at Chep, will speak on how RFID can be used to revolutionise the supply chain. James Briggs, managing director of Ability Solutions, will share his experiences of RFID technology in the fresh produce export industry.
RFID World Africa 2006 will provide a platform to address key issues such as global RFID developments, local adoption hurdles, technology considerations, best practice for optimum ROI and much more.
Seats are limited and bookings can be made at http://www.terrapinn.com/2006/rfidza
For more information contact Sarah Macdonald, terrapinn, +27 (0) 11 516 400, www.terrapinn.com
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