SUPPLIERS SEE LACK OF RETURN ON INVESTMENT IN RFID

WASHINGTON -- Very few consumer packaged goods manufacturers -- if any -- can generate a positive return on investment for widespread deployment of radio frequency identification tags at the pallet and case level, based on current and near-term costs, according to a new report from Grocery Manufacturers of America here.The report, "A Balanced Perspective: EPC/RFID Implementation in the CPG Industry,"

WASHINGTON -- Very few consumer packaged goods manufacturers -- if any -- can generate a positive return on investment for widespread deployment of radio frequency identification tags at the pallet and case level, based on current and near-term costs, according to a new report from Grocery Manufacturers of America here.

The report, "A Balanced Perspective: EPC/RFID Implementation in the CPG Industry," prepared for GMA by A.T. Kearney and IBM Business Consulting Services, was based on

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