Clip-Lok PackTrack


RFID stands for Radio-Frequency IDentification. It refers to small electronic devices that consist of a small chip and an antenna. The chip typically carries up to 2,000 bytes of data.

This type of packaging tracking system stores a serial number, which identifies an object and other information on a microchip, and is attached to an antenna. Together it is called an RFID tag. The chip via the antenna transmits the identification information to a reader. The radio waves reflected from the tag are converted into digital information. This information is available on computers for analysts.

Clip-Lok can customise our boxes to add RFID tags for you. Currently, it is the most modern tracking system available on the market.

RFID technology has been available for more than fifty years. However, due to the lack of industry standards, it has taken so long to come into common use. Most companies invested in this packaging tracking technology only use it to track items within their control. Customers while using the returnable solutions find RFID beneficial. For example, goods transported from company to company or from country to country.

Currently available only in Scandinavia.


Transportaion of goods requires strong, safe and secure packaging. However, sometimes the boxes also need to be tracked through the supply chain. Therefore, Clip-Lok can design boxes to fit a small built-in GPS tracking device. The device allows the sender and receiver to monitor the progress. Furthermore, it provides real time location of goods.

This packaging tracking system uses satellite for tracking. It is monitored on an open webpage or mobile cellular phone. With this feature, you can trace the Clip-Lok box by text message. It is visible in the maps application. Moreover, you can track it through a free web-based live tracking page.

GPS are configurable to meet your requirements. To meet your needs, these devices are highly customizable. For instance, an alert can be sent if the goods are in motion. Furthermore, this packaging tracking system can also be set up to send hourly messages to monitor the location of the goods.

GPS batteries can last up to several years. Moreover, when the battery is low you receive an alert. It allows you to change the battery while you are still able to locate the box!

Currently available only in Scandinavia.

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