March 12, 2008 , Chicago, IL - Labelmaster, a U.S.-based manufacturer of hazardous materials and regulatory compliance products offers a variety of high security and tamper evident seals, bolts, and locks.
March 12, 2008 By Stacy Bradshaw
March 12, 2008 , Chicago, IL – Labelmaster, a
U.S.-based manufacturer of hazardous materials and regulatory
compliance products offers a variety of high security and tamper
evident seals, bolts, and locks. From securing cargo containers to
inventory control, Labelmaster has stock and custom seals for every
Security seals are used for securing trailers, containers,
tankers, rail cars, entrances and exits, meters, machines, bags and
totes. The types of materials they secure range from highly-valued and
dangerous goods to LTL cargo, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and
Labelmaster’s complete array of security seals are available in
a variety of materials including plastic, metal, bolt, cable, wire,
strap, and padlock. Many can be personalized with your unique
information. Some varieties of seals are C-TPAT and ISO compliant.
Labelmaster recently conducted a survey among its customers
using security seals and found that the majority use plastic, metal,
and bolt seals to secure trailers, containers, and tankers.
Tamper-evidence and tamper-resistance are the most important features
cited. Also, customers indicated that 34% utilize indicative security
seals (class 3), 28% utilize barrier security seals (class 2), and 19%
high barrier security seals (class 1).
More specifically, customers identified that regulatory
compliance is the most important factor when selecting security seals.
Customers quantified the regulatory measures needed the most as:
• 26% of customers needed C-TPAT (Customs Trade Partnerships against Terrorism)
• 21% CSA (Customs Self Assessment)
• 21% FAST (Free and Secure Trade)
• 16% PIP (Partners in Protection)
• 16% other