Sea Container

Sea Container Security seals help maintain container integrity by protecting against the insertion of unauthorised material and/or people and the removal of the cargo from pilferage and theft.

These tamper evident labels from Tampertech are available in high tack permanent and non residue, which can be applied to a container to act as an indicator that container integrity has either been maintained or breached.

These labels can be applied to ocean containers, truck trailers, air freight cargo containers, as well as drums and barrels.


These tamper evident sea container security labels VOID when slit with a knife or removed.

The receipt function tabs, which are available from Tampertech, are also tamper evident and can be used within for Bill of Lading or shipment for easy monitoring. These can be overprinted with sequential numbers, bar codes for quick scanning, specific text messages and can be written on with a biro.

The individual details on the labels ensure they can not be copied and used inappropriately.

These tamper evident labels are an ideal solution for situations where a standard tamper evident seal cannot be applied. When removed this label will show an OPENED/VOID warning message.


Can be used on cardboard, painted surfaces, metals, plastics, polyethyhlene bags, crates, glass and even wood.


The tamper evident self adhesive tapes and labels, once applied, instantly provide a new level of security.


Sequential numbers, barcodes, QR codes, logos, languages, colours for an overt or covert design.


Manually or machine applied, offering an additional instant layer of security in any packaging process.

For all of your tamper evident products from Tampertech

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…