The security solutions company uses botanical-DNA based tools to tag, track, and trace products for an array of industries. Now with the hire of a personal care supply chain management expert, the company is set to expand its engagement with the industry.
This year’s industry events saw a flurry of green surfactants, non-nano inorganic UV filters and petrolatum alternatives, all accompanied by claims of their mild, sustainable and generally friendly nature.
The international phenomenon that is radio frequency identification
technology (RFID) has at last hit Japanese cosmetic counters, with
Global beauty manufacturer Shiseido taking part in a field trial in
Japan this month.
Avon Products says that as parts of major global restructuring
plans it is to build a state-of-the-art distribution facility in
the Midwest, leading to the consolidation and closure of two
distribution centres in Delaware and Illinois.
An international cosmetics supplier of hair care products operating
in North America has upgraded its supply chain in an effort to
improve efficiency. As a result supply chain specialist Bax Global
has helped the company shift from...
As cosmetics and personal care suppliers in both Europe and North
America race to meet RFID deadlines, a new market report reveals
that many retailers are still finding problems and frustrations
when trying to implement the technology...
As a new report backs up growing evidence that companies' IT spend
budgets are continuing to expand in an effort to incorporate RFID
tagging, the latest word from global retailers is that
implementation will take time.