Founded in 2006
Starport Technologies, LLC., was founded in 2006 by Jeff Nedblake. Located in Kansas City Missouri, Starport is RFID-centric inside and out. Starport Technologies, a “smart label” company, manufactures RFID tags that support a variety of metal-mount and supply chain applications. Based in Kansas City, Starport offerings leverage the science and technology of leading research institutions, including work initiated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Kansas.
High-speed inlay insertion equipment at our 10,000 square foot facility allows production of multiple types, sizes, and material conversion.
Using our specific operating and business strategy, we are able to provide some of the most competitive pricing available within the RFID market. As an approved converter for the top three RFID inlay manufacturers – Alien, Smartrac, Avery Dennison – we are able to provide many customers with lower costs than directly purchasing a converted RFID inlay from the inlay manufactures.
Starport is a growing company, developing new partnerships daily. We are actively seeking new challenges and opportunities.
Starport Technologies, LLC.’s managing partner, Jeff Nedblake has over 35 years of experience in the label and tag converting business. Jeff is the former owner of Package Service Company, LLC a leading manufacturer of pressure sensitive labels and tape. Jeff was involved in all aspects of the business from manufacturing and product development to the company’s financial matters.
Currently, Jeff is the majority owner of Harland Systems Group, LTD., a UK based manufacturer of labeling and decoration equipment and systems. Harland services and supplies major food, consumer packaged goods (CPG) and home and personal care (HPC) product manufactures. Harland has offices worldwide, including China, France, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Offering a range of RFID solutions including metal-mount tags, and pressure sensitive inlays and labels, Starport distinguishes itself with technological advancements that address tag interference and read reliability issues, particularly with difficult applications involving metals and liquids.
Starport Technologies, LLC.
10601 N.W. Ambassador Dr., Suite H
Kansas City, Missouri 64153