Via Savi Technology: SAVI TECHNOLOGY'S 3rd-GEN RFID INTRUSION DETECTION TAGS AND E.J. BROOKS' ELECTRONIC BOLT SEALS PROVE SUCCESSFUL IN TRANSPACIFIC CARGO CONTAINER FIELD TRIALS WITH MITSUI: Plans Call for Commercial Availability in November of ISO-Based RFID Devices to Track Worldwide Container Shipments and Detect Security Breaches ...
Partnership demonstrates the effectiveness of RFID for maritime cargo with zero false tamper events during ocean voyage trials ...
... "Two leading providers of supply chain security solutions and systems - Savi Technology and E.J. Brooks - announced in collaboration with Mitsui that they have successfully completed rigorous transpacific field trials of active RFID devices that automatically detect cargo door intrusions and security breaches while communicating their location and condition. Mitsui, a global leader of import and export activities, determined that all 65 tags proved effective and there were zero false tamper incidents while they automatically communicated with an RFID reader network throughout their end-to-end supply chain journey between Los Angeles and Hong Kong . The over-the-ocean container field trials, which followed extensive performance testing, evaluated 50 of the Savi Tag ST-676 ISO Container Security Tags and 15 of the E.J. Brooks E-Seals, clearing the way for their commercial availability in November. " ...
, incorporated in 1966, is engaged in import, export, offshore trade, and domestic wholesale. Aspiring to be "Your Global Business Partner®," the company is committed to be a global business creator and problem solver with distinct service capabilities by innovative combinations of Information Technology (IT), Financial Technology (FT), and Logistics Technology (LT). Mitsui USA's New York Headquarters has 11 divisions across industries. Other offices are located in Chicago , Cleveland , Detroit , Houston , Los Angeles , Nashville, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. Its parent company, Mitsui and Co. Ltd., Japan , is one of the world's most diversified and comprehensive trading and service companies. Headquartered in Tokyo, it maintains a global network of 183 offices in 80 countries, and has 723 subsidiaries and associated companies worldwide.
Founded in 1873, E.J. Brooks Company
an ISO 9001-2000 registered company, is the world's leading manufacturer of tamper indicating security seals, locking devices and metering-related products through its Security Products Group. The company based in Livingston , N.J. , has 14 operating units, including locations in the USA, England, Mexico, China, Spain, Brazil, India and Singapore. Brooks has been involved in developing electronic seal technology for the past seven years.
With over 15 years experience, Savi
is a proven leader in RFID solutions for the management and security of supply chain assets, shipments and consignments. Savi's integrated RFID hardware and software solutions drive business value, such as reducing supply chain assets, inventory and operational costs. The company tailors its solutions to the defense, commercial supply chain asset management and global supply chain visibility and security markets. Savi's solutions meet the supply chain needs of defense and government organizations, global shippers, manufacturers, retailers, and suppliers as well as service providers such as terminal operators, asset owners and third-party logistics providers. Founded in 1989, Savi Technology is privately held, with headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., and offices in Johannesburg, London, Melbourne, Singapore, and Washington D.C.
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