The successful story of Vitaminka has started more than 60 years ago. Today, Vitamika represents a large Macedonian brand in the business world and a company that encompasses a vast number of renowned and established brands. It argues its leading position in the domestic market through the well-built corporate brand which is identified by national value, premium quality, and tradition. During all these years, Vitaminka has become one of the most powerful Macedonian companies and a representative for quality food products. By strengthening its position in the domestic market, its presence in the foreign markets has also in parallel and intensively grown, where at the moment Vitaminka is placing around 45% of its annual production in approximately 30 countries worldwide.
Client:VITAMINKA - Brilijant Shtip
Products and solutions:Integrated RFID inventory system
Reduced labor costs by reducing the manpower required to monitor and manage the Brilijant Shtip warehouse. Reduction in order entry errors (less manual intervention) and improved employee productivity. Reduces inventory levels and corresponding warehouse space requirements.
Products and solutions
RFID inventory is a system of automated processes for tracking quantities of goods, tracking assets, and property, which can have an effective insight into the movement of goods in any period of time.
The system has high precision and is easy and simple to use. The solution is using RFID for inventory management consisting of a scanner that uses radio waves to communicate with the RFID tag.
The tag itself contains a microchip that allows the reader to read data and also write data to the tag, in real time and on the spot.
A shipment arrives, an RFID tag is attached to the items in that shipment – either on individual boxes or on an entire pallet. Each tag has internal memory to store item information, which can be changed as it moves through various processes in the warehouse.
RFID inventory in Vitaminka consists of two types of readers: fixed and mobile (handheld). These devices can work in one way or another: either independently or in constant connection with the accounting ERP system.
RFID inventory reader is with a wide range of work, and a power of around 15 m. Fixed RFID inventory readers track the movement of tagged objects and their location. They work simultaneously with a large number of tags, which can be counted up to several thousand.
Typically, fixed inventory readers track tags via an external antenna. The RFID readers can be used in many different ways, for example for work in the warehouse, at the checkout, for shipping inspections, and in stocktaking. Robust RFID readers work trouble-free and are also perfectly suited for rough working environments.
The integrated RFID inventory system within Vitaminka includes:
- UHF RFID Reader (2 Port)
- Outdoor RFID Antenna (FCC)
- Licensed software that allows users to easily set up configurations for a single reader and quickly access
- RFID data. This software provides multiple protocols for transmitting RFID data without expensive software development costs.
- UHV RFID Tags
RFID can form the basis of an effective asset management system and is also at the heart of the Internet of Things and Automation, where KABTEL has had a lot of references and success stories through the years. It is a highly versatile technology with applications throughout the business – from controlling manufacturing processes to maintenance and inspection of equipment, managing assets, and tracking goods through to distribution. Kabtel designs custom-made solutions for clients from different sectors, without unnecessary costs for functionalities that you do not need, with the possibility of further upgrading, maintenance, and warranty, a full-service approach. Kabtel’s RFID systems offer benefits for businesses of all sizes, allowing them to rapidly improve efficiency and reduce costs by automating processes and improving utilization of assets and quality.
- Tracking assets and managing inventory
- Saving time and money through automation
- Improving data accuracy and availability
- Enhancing health and safety
- Better control of production and distribution
- Enhanced quality and traceability
- Increased revenues
- More in-depth management information…etc.