New customer case study available for download: Learn how Asia’s leading 3PL automates their warehouse operations with RFID


“RFID, via Toll‟s REAP platform, is a key technology that we believe will take our supply chain into the future today. This innovation is going to be a game-changer for Toll. It will differentiate the way we do our business. In addition, it will enable us to stay ahead of competition and become more integrated to our customers.”

Wayne Hunt, President & CEO, Toll Global Logistics

“The new system provides an additional failsafe layer for us and our customers by ensuring that pallets do not get shipped to the wrong destination as a result of manual errors. This results in reduction of expenditure associated with missed shipments, damages and reworks by up to 80 percent. In addition, we should expect to see a reduction around 6 minutes of handling time per pallet cycle, which in turn will translate into significant savings for a warehouse that handles hundreds of thousands of pallets per annum.”

James Chan, General Manager of Innovation, Technology and Operations Development, Toll Global Logistics

Customer Profile

Toll Global Logistics is one of Asia’s leading logistics service providers. Its strength and credibility rests on the ability to provide total integrated logistics solutions, backed by innovative technologies and world-class processes.

Business Situation

Toll Global Logistics wanted to take warehousing technology to the next level of visibility and productivity.


Toll Global Logistics invested in S3Edge’s Spotlight technology, the first packaged Real-Time Visibility & Control System (RTVS) built ground up on the Microsoft BizTalk RFID platform, to develop REAP. The REAP solution tracks and controls material movement in warehouses resulting in better, faster, error free and near real-time warehouse operations for end-users.


  • Improves throughput of business processes by increasing labor efficiency
  • Enhances accuracy, reduces errors in warehouse operations
  • Provides visibility and control of asset movements


Click here to download and read the entire case-study.

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