STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP FORMED TO PROMOTE AND DELIVER THE LATEST SMART LABEL RFID SOLUTIONS

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Paxar UK (Paxar or the Company), part of the 250,000 customer-strong Paxar Corporation, the worlds leading manufacturer of apparel labelling and identification products, announces that it has joined forces with Intellident Ltd (Intellident) to co-promote and deliver the latest in smart label RFID solutions.

Paxar and Intellident will work together to deliver RFID smart label solutions that can be specifically tailored to applications working with both 13.56MHz and the range of UHF frequencies. Combining Paxars knowledge, extensive label design and production capabilities, with the strength and experience of Intellidents RFID solutions and implementation skills, will allow both parties to collectively offer a range of robust RFID solutions.

Todays announcement follows recent news made by the Company regarding its Marks & Spencer RFID application, which is currently being tested in the largest garment-specific trial ever. The trial is in its second phase, and being tested at six of Marks & Spencers London stores specifically on its mens suits. The tags developed for the garment trial are contained within throwaway paper labels called Intelligent Labels.

James Browning, Group Managing Director of Paxar UK said: We are delighted at the news of todays strategic partnership with Intellident. It further demonstrates Paxars ability to provide robust RFID solutions in a highly demanding market. We have a strong working history with the Company, and we look forward to building mutually beneficial relationships.

Jim Hopwood, Managing Director of Intellident said: We are pleased to be working with Paxar across EMEA to deliver leading-edge RFID solutions to our clients. The combination of Intellidents hardware, software, RFID project management and implementation skills with Paxars proven ability to deliver robust RFID label solutions will prove to be an excellent fit now and into the future.

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