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AVIA Capital invests in Hadatap

AVIA Capital has invested in Hadatap, Poalnd’s leading provider of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, to fund research and development costs, increased production capacity and an expansion of sales in Poland and other European countries.

RFID uses readers to identify and track objects equipped with smart tags containing microchips. The technology allows companies such as wholesale and retail traders to streamline the process of monitoring inventories, improving efficiency and cutting costs. RFID is also used by public institutions such as courts and libraries.

Founded in 2006, Hadatap has implemented RFID solutions in more than 150 large and medium-sized companies and institutions. The company’s clients include PKN Orlen, Poland’s largest oil refiner, which has implemented a system of identification, inventory and tracking of rail cars, and postal operator Poczta Polska, for which Hadatap is rolling out a RFID system in three sorting facilities to improve the tracking of packages and speed up deliveries. The library of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, one of Europe’s oldest universities, is using Hadatap’s services to track its collections.
 

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