Reduce inventory by up to 30%
Save counting time
Improve customer satisfaction
Manage park quality
In 2016 the Scottish market-leading textile services company, Fishers Laundry Group, opened a new super laundry service, equipped with UHF RFID provided by Ubi Solutions. With this RFID installation, Fishers will be able to accurately and efficiently track several hundred thousands of linens in real-time.
Did you know that linens management is a problem for hotels? How can they ensure that the linens are always "perfect" and available in sufficient quantities? Every morning, we see staff members preparing our rooms, but we forget that behind these simple actions lies one of the most important issues for a hotel, in terms of costs and processes.
Since 2014, the two laundries supplying Paris' 48 hospitals have also begun using the UBI Solutions complete laundry tracking solution, based on UHF RFID tags. Thanks to this system, they can now display daily inventory levels, even at the hospital sub-department levels. € 1.5 Million per year have been saved with the solution, as it reduces losses.
Automatic insertion of an RFID tag for textiles. Innovative Method
The UbiTEX is a new woven label for flatwork, garments, pillow cases, etc. UbiTEX was specifically designed to meet the tracking requirements of the laundry industry in terms of shape, robustness and simple fastening method. UbiTEX labels are based on a unique and patented concept. The V2 version uses a very small UHF device coupled with a secondary antenna that is sewn onto the tag with an innovative and flexible special thread. The tag can easily be secured onto textile products using a standard sewing process. Specifically designed to identify flatwork and uniforms, it can be sewn along the edge of the item or incorporated into the hem. UbiTEX labels withstand heat-sealing processes and can be attached to the textile product using their own adhesive delivered as a standard. These are EPC Global and ISO 18000-6C compliant UHF tags.
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