Bring your labels and packaging to life with our innovative and customizable RFID tagging solutions.
The use of RFID labels and packaging has increasingly enabled brands to improve everything from inventory accuracy, to logistics, traceability, and product authenticity verifications — and exciting new applications of these solutions continue to emerge. As brands adopt more circular and connected business models, SML’s RFID products serve as the perfect vehicle to connect products, customers, and partners across the entire product lifecycle, in more intelligent and beneficial ways than ever before.
SML is one of the largest ARC and TIPP-certified inlay designers in the world. Our global RFID Service Centers are equipped with state-of-the-art laboratory testing facilities, inlay design experts, and R&D teams that rapidly test and design high-performing inlays whenever needed.
Simplify your journey to item-level RFID. Easily print and encode RFID tags and labels, anytime, anywhere, from across the world to your own facilities.
Tag selection is essential to the successful implementation of an RFID program. SML offers a comprehensive suite of tag options to address specific use cases in retail and other diverse industries, from apparel and footwear to logistics, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, food, aviation, and countless other applications.
We don’t just provide products and solutions for item-level RFID and brand identification. We’re true partners in your brand’s journey, here to see you through from conception to the successful implementation of your RFID program.
Country Locations Worldwide
RFID Encoded Tags Delivered to Date
Connecting Retailers with Innovative RFID Solutions Around the World
The global retail industry is a diverse landscape and it is changing all the time. Because of consumer trends, global mobility of manufacturing and many other challenges, no geography is completely equal and each market has its own obstacles and opportunities.
How to Choose an RFID Inlay for Retail Inventory Management
One of the questions retailers ask is this: What’s the best tag? Entirely valid and important, when one looks at the fact that the tag is one of a number of system components that must all work together to create business value for the retailer and the brand owner.