The RLA is a trade association, open to all companies. All companies, in our experience, have issues with logistics that could best be addressed on an industry wide basis. Best practices, certification programs and standards are the objectives of our association. Many companies have seen our efforts to standardize new labeling protocols and have opted to help make this a reality by modifying their applications or creating tools to facilitate this process. We expect many more will support this effort as we progress. For now, the following three companies have been active in fleshing our the implementation of our standards protocol: Eurosoft, Ltd. has led the refinement of the application of sQRl codes for computer repair and refurbishing. Andlor Software is integrating sQRl codes with their Reverse Logistics and Depot Repair Management system and InforMission is creating tools to produce and manage the physical labels.
DENSO ADC is the Americas sales arm of DENSO Wave Incorporated, inventor of the QR Code and one of the world's largest manufacturers of automated data capture equipment.
DENSO's SQRC (Secure QR Code) can store both public and private/encrypted data in a single 2-D code. Using SQRC technology, DENSO is working with the RLA to add an encrypted layer of data to the new standard of data identifiers for the Reverse Logistics requirements.
DENSO Corporation is a leading global automotive supplier of advanced technology, systems and components in the areas of thermal, powertrain control, electronics, information and safety. Its customers include all the world's major carmakers.