Caen RFID and Cisper Electronics sign distribution contract
Almere September 2014, Cisper Electronics BV announces to have signed a Distribution contract with CAEN RFID based in Viareggio Italy. CAEN RFID is a leading European manufacturer of UHF RFID products ranging from fixed readers, Bluetooth Handheld readers, OEM reader modules to the easy2log© temperature logger family.
According to Leon de Ridder, Director of Cisper Electronics the CAEN RFID product range is broadening the Cisper portfolio of products. There is hardly any overlap with product ranges from other manufacturers that we represent. Especially the OEM modules like the Caen A528B – Muon, Caen R1230CB – Quark and the miniature Caen R1270 – Quark Up are a valuable adder to the portfolio. Recently released products from CAEN RFID like temperature logging tags and Bluetooth Handhelds will surely help end-users to realize solutions in for example cold-chain applications.
“Thanks to its long experience in the RFID market, we believe that Cisper Electronics represents the right choice to increase our visibility and sales in the Benelux area”, says David Pallassini, Sales Manager of CAEN RFID, “and to provide the best local support to our new and already existing customers.”
About CAEN RFID
CAEN RFID is a leading design and production company based in Viareggio Italy focussed on UHF RFID readers and tags. CAEN RFID was the first company in Europe to produce and distribute UHF readers. Its active involvement in the EPC Global, AIM Europe and ETSI work groups have allowed it to provide RFID readers and tags which are in the vanguard of existing technology.
About Cisper Electronics
Cisper Electronics is an UHF RFID Competence center based in Almere The Netherlands. Cisper offers “best in class” UHF RFID Hardware and Tags from global market leaders. We focus on sales to System Integrators and Resellers in Europe, Turkey, The Middle East and Africa. We represent: Impinj, CAEN RFID, Nordic-ID, ATID, Times-7, Confidex, Smartrac, Toshiba-Tec, Xerafy, Kathrein, RF-Camp and CSL.
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