Frode Laursen enters partnership regarding RFID testing  

As part of a partnership agreement, Denmark's Frode Laursen will make two of its warehouses available for Danish Technological Institute's testing of RFID technology

Denmark's Frode Laursen, a logistics and transport company headquartered in Jutland, has entered a partnership agreement with Danish Technological Institute. Frode Laursen will make two warehouses covering a total of 63,000 m2 available for Danish Technological Institute's testing of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology.

Thorkil Andersen at Frode Laursen is enthusiastic about the agreement: "As a logistics operator in everyday commodities, we are happy to make our facilities available for the RFID test centre, so that it is possible to test and compare test results in the right physical surroundings in Danish everyday commodities distribution", he comments.

Frode Laursen is one of the leading suppliers of logistics solutions in daily commodities and building logistics in the Nordic region. The concern employs 800 people, and in the fiscal year 2003/04 generated revenues of DKK 728 mn (USD 131 mn). The news is reported by ErhvervsBladet.

The Danish Technological Institute has established a new international RFID test centre, which will be inaugurated next week. The RFID test centre is being developed in collaboration with Michigan State University, and will be among the first RFID centres in the world to have been approved and certified by EPC-Global, an organisation which prepares the standards for how RFID technology will work in practice.

Link > Frode Laursen 

Link > Danish Technological Institute 

Next step

Explore business cases

Please contact me

How can we help you?

We use cookies to make the website perform optimally. You accept cookies by closing the box or continuing to use the website. Click here to read more about cookies. ×