Nature Friendly RFID Retail

When true Sustainability meets Cutting Edge Performance

Reducing waste and carbon footprint has become an immediate for retail brands and their consumers alike. RFID tags and inlays from Fanna Technology are designed to meet their definite needs while offering remarkable, ARC approved performance and quality required to achieve the financial benefits of supply chain and store inventory management solutions to the maximum extent.

Combining precision laser cut antennas with highly sustainable component materials delivers an unseen combination of radio performance, manufacturing quality, carbon footprint reduction and waste avoidance:

1. Radio Performance

The precision laser cut antennas are optimized for superior performance on paper substrate while keeping mass production radio performance variances very low. Our RFID tags and inlays are for a broad variety of applications.

2. Manufacturing Quality

Building on industry standard quality certification practices of ISO and other standards organizations. The certification programs was audited Fanna’s Quality Management System in a multi-step review process, including site visits. This validates that Fanna Technology has the experience, expertise, and resources to ensure that the product performance is continually sustained and delivered over time and volume. Retail RFID tags from Fanna Technology completely meet the high reliability and mechanical stress endurance levels of our traditional retail inlays.

3. Footprint Reduction

According to a study by an independent institute, RFID tags and inlays provide typically 70% to 90% savings in carbon footprint compared to most traditional products available in the market today. The precision laser cutting antenna manufacturing process is very energy efficient compared to etching and the cut aluminum residues can be easily recycled.

4. Avoiding Waste

Our tag products are free of heavy metals such as tin or bismuth as typically used for printed antenna technology and free of conflict minerals as well. Consisting mostly of paper, they are plastic-free and easily recyclable with existing standard paper recycling processes. The paper substrate as main component is biodegradable while the aluminum and silicone components are not hazardous and remain neutral in typical landfill or composting environments. Compared to traditional products the Abiotic Depletion Potential (ADP) can be reduced by more than 95%.