Non residue tamper evident security labels to seal re-useable containers to reduce the risk of contaminants being introduced into the food chain.
Permanent labels and tapes leave a mark on the surface of the container when removed. They are used to seal food and grain storage containers to protect the integrity of these products.
Suitable for flexible surfaces as well as rigid; bags, drums, cartons, and pallets providing mechanical security which helps you comply with ISO 17712, C-TPAT, OSHA and FDA standards.
Provides an instant, additional level of security seal delivering a clear visual indication of tampering. This provides “positive control” through out the distribution system.
Simple, secure, “track and trace” features, including individual barcodes and sequential numbers. Individual numbers placed on the cargo along with matching receipt tabs placed on control transit documents ensures proper “chain of custody” – loads can be easily tracked to a company and a location.
Improves brand awareness with corporate logos, colors and personalised void messages for products travelling from farm to fork.
FLEXIBLE – can be used on cardboard, painted surfaces, metals, plastics, polyethyhlene bags, crates, glass and even wood.
INSTANT – the self adhesive tapes and labels, once applied, instantly provide a new level of security. Once removed, they will leave a permanent visible mark on the surface they were applied to. Or, if required, a non permanent, peelable adhesive option is available where no residue is left on the surface.
INDIVIDUAL – sequential numbers, barcodes, QR codes, logos, languages, colors for an overt or covert design.
EASY TO APPLY – manually or machine applied.
Other options you can consider for added performance:
irreversible thermo chromic inks, photo chromic inks, glow in the dark inks, DNA inks, bar coding, QR codes, sequential numbering (both sub surface and surface), high temperature or low temperature adhesives, holograms, metallic foils, security die cuts, customer specific text in the voiding and surface messages…