Building solutions to help businesses streamline their process, reduce expenses, increase revenue and drive competitive advantage.

 

Ramp RFID is an Australian owned and operated RFID Tag, Chip & Reader vendor that specialises in RFID asset tracking, vehicle tracking & people tracking with tailored solutions for clients nationally.

As leading solution providers at the forefront of RFID innovation in Australia, our vision is to provide our clients with quality customised systems to maximize their return on investment.

Ramp’s expert team of consultants, engineers and software developers work with our clients to understand their business needs and challenges. We determine the most cost effective solution to improve business performance, reduce expenses, increase revenue and drive competitive advantage, and then implement that customized solution to ensure their success.

RFID Asset TrackingRFID Vehicle TrackingRFID Inventory Tracking


Ramp has worked with a diverse range of clients around Australia including;

 woodside Patrick SPC Rio Tinto Laing O'RourkeQantas BHP Bechtel DP World Downer Syd Uni Iluka Syd Fish Market Nestle


Latest Projects

 

Rio Alcan

Rio Tinto Alcan, one of the world’s largest producers of bauxite, alumina and aluminium, operates a large alumina refinery in Yarwun in Central Queensland. Every day up to 600 plastic bottles containing alumina samples are taken from the refinery for testing at the Yarwun laboratory. The lab runs on a 24 hour rotation system, with containers coming in at scheduled times throughout the day. Rio have  rolled out a RFID solution from Ramp RFID to improve workflow management at their Yarwun chemical laboratory. Read more….

 

Patrick

Publicly listed logistics company Patrick Corporation has implemented an RFID solution from Ramp RFID for the tracking of containers of copper from the Northparkes (NSW) mine through to their unload destination point at Port Kembla, south of Wollongong. Read more…

 

Click here to see a full list of our clients and view client case studies.