The AWRF Product and Information Exhibition (PIE) in Ft. Worth TX in April had almost 700 attendees, a new Product and Technology stage and all booths were sold out. AWRF also offered a new product and technology video series. As the third segment in this series we spoke with Sanders of Holland 1916 (www.holland1916.com) and he explained how their Radio Frequency Identification Tags are being used in rigging, lifting and load securement industries. Their Radio Frequency Identification tags can be embedded, sewed, hung, molded or come with an adhesive. The RFID tags can be put on assets such as; chain slings, wire rope sling, synthetic slings and many other lifting and load securement equipment.
Holland 1916 RFID tags give the assets they are attached to traceability. The tags allow a history of the assets to be tracked, letting the end-user know such things as; when the asset was made, when it was last inspected and when it is due for inspection again.
Holland 1916 offers RFID tags for a wide range of application. They are capable of reacting quickly to customers’ needs and can customize just about anything they make. They have a new low cost RFID tag for synthetic slings. Nice job Sanders, thanks for being part of our new product and technology video series.