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What is tracking?

Tracking refers to the monitoring and tracking of products, materials or vehicles along the supply chain. By using tracking technologies such as RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) and GPS (Global Positioning System), companies can monitor the location and condition of their goods in real time.

Advantages of tracking:

Improved transparency: real-time monitoring enables complete transparency along the entire supply chain, ensuring the traceability of goods and materials.
Reduced losses: Continuous monitoring allows companies to minimize losses due to theft, damage or misdirection of goods.
Increased efficiency: Tracking technologies help identify and resolve bottlenecks and delays, improving the overall efficiency of the supply chain.
Better inventory management: Real-time data on the location and condition of goods enables more accurate inventory management and demand planning.
Customer satisfaction: By accurately tracking deliveries, companies can provide their customers with up-to-date information on delivery status, which increases customer satisfaction.

Areas of application for tracking technologies:

RFID: Enables the automatic identification and tracking of products and materials using radio waves. RFID tags can be attached to goods to monitor their movement along the supply chain.
GPS: Mainly used for tracking vehicles and means of transportation. GPS technology provides precise location data in real time and helps to optimize routes.

Conclusion: Tracking improves transparency, reduces losses and increases the efficiency of the supply chain. By using tracking technologies such as RFID and GPS, companies can better manage their inventories, avoid bottlenecks and increase customer satisfaction.

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