This paper identifies the necessity of a Cyber-Physical Production System development for the Make-to-Order industry. The uniqueness of the Make-to-Order industry is that orders are low in production volume but wide in product variety. Thus, accurate and real-time data acquisition of the production activity is necessary to support decision-making to respond to customer orders and monitor production activities. The proposed Cyber-Physical Production System utilizes RFID and current sensors to identify the parts and machine activities. The Cyber-Physical Production System is proven cost-effective to the alternative controller-based Cyber-Physical Production System. Initial implementation has proven a viable solution and provides benefits to support decision-making in the Make-to-Order industry.