Diamond Services To Introduce Latest GemBox RFID Innovations At Hong Kong International Jewellery Show

Diamond Services Ltd., the leading agent in Hong Kong, China, India, Belgium and Israel for GemBox RFID, a provider of the guaranteed 100-percent accurate and most efficient diamond stocktaking technology, will introduce and demonstrate GemBox’s latest innovation at the upcoming Hong Kong International Jewellery Show.

“We have succeeded in integrating the operation of a number of advanced, digital diamond scales into the software of GemBox RFID. In practical terms, a diamond’s weight, recorded by the scale, is saved directly by the GemBox software into its stocktaking programme, and saved simultaneously onto the proprietary tag of the gemstone,” Yossi Kuzi, a co-owner of Diamonds Services Ltd., explained. “This particular procedure cancels the need for an operator to enter a gemstone’s weight into a record, and consequently eliminates any possibility of human error,” Kuzi added.

Stocktaking is a very important and necessary part of a gem dealer’s business management routine. It is, however, also one of the less enjoyable, time-consuming chores. With the introduction of GemBox’s RFID scanner, traders can save precious time in controlling, tallying up and securing their stocks of gems and jewellery. The integration of digital diamond scales into this procedure is yet another improvement of this process.

GemBox’s stock taking programme is achieved by using RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) identification tags, which are small enough for gem industry applications that enable users to track stock and store information about each item. GemBox’s RFID enables diamond, gem or pearl traders to stock-take up to 1,000 items in 30 seconds. No less important is the issue of thefts, which can be further reduced using tagged parcels at a trade show.

At the fair, Diamond Services, a Hong Kong-based firm that markets advanced technological products to the diamond, gem and jewellery industries, will also display and sell its successful DiamaPen, a low-cost, pen-shaped pointer that provides highly accurate results in the screening and separation of synthetic diamonds from natural diamonds,” he said.