Alien Technology Announces Qualification of Moore Wallace For RDID
Press release from the issuing company
MORGAN HILL, Calif.--March 3, 2005-- Alien Technology Corporation today announced the qualification of Moore Wallace, an RR Donnelley company, as a label converter supplier of Alien Technology EPC Class 1 RFID Labels. Moore Wallace is among the largest label converters in North America, serving the retail, manufacturing, consumer packaged goods, healthcare and airline industries, among others.
"Alien is extremely pleased to qualify Moore Wallace, a leading high volume label supplier, as a new supplier of RFID labels containing Alien tags," said David Bledsoe, Alien Technology Director of OEM and Consumables. "As the industry leader in providing EPC compliant RFID tags and readers, Alien's partner 'Qualification Program' establishes the highest levels of confidence for performance and reliability of labels containing Alien tags. We look forward to our partnership with Moore Wallace in serving the growing market demand for RFID labels."
"We are pleased to receive qualification to supply RFID labels containing Alien's leading high-volume RFID tags," said Greg Santini Senior Vice President of Label Operations at Moore Wallace. "We consider Alien a valued partner in providing EPC compliant products to meet our customers' needs." According to Santini, Moore Wallace has 10 manufacturing plants and the most complete product line in the industry. "Whether labels are used for consumer or industrial goods, used in the office environment or with high-speed computer systems, or used in warehousing and distribution, Moore Wallace is ready to handle all requirements, including stock and custom computer labels, variably imaged labels, prime/product packaging labels, pharmaceutical labels, retail labels, TUFF for LIFE industrial labels, receipts, tickets and tags, linerless labels, label/form combinations, label systems and RFID," added Santini.
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