Theft occurs no matter what business you have. The points at which your goods are most vulnerable are when they are in transit and when they are left completely unattended. It makes sense, then, to employ every means necessary to prevent theft or, at the very least, to make it as difficult as possible for theft to occur. The first line of defence is solid barriers to entry, tamper-resistant security seals that are made to discourage and impede efforts to gain unauthorized entry.
Investing in tamper-resistant security seals might just turn out to be one of the smartest decisions you could make for your business. Means of protection the likes of padlocks and cable ties have proven to be highly inefficient in offering any sort of meaningful protection for your goods. Tamper-resistant security seals, on the other hand, have proven to be of great assistance in deterring and impeding theft.
Tamper-resistant security seals can serve your business in many more ways than you might initially expect, making them a multi-faceted solution to an ever-increasing problem.
As a deterrent
Tamper-resistant security seals can deter criminals before they strike. The mere fact that goods are secured with a seal that clearly isn’t a cable tie and features barcoding and branding can immediately dissuade efforts at theft.
As a barrier
Our seals are made with durability and toughness in mind. In most cases, they can’t easily be broken. Seemingly innocuous seals like the 029 Cable Seal (hs://truseal.co.za/products/cable-security-seals/029-cable-seals/) feature ABS plastic covering an NPC stainless steel cable. You’re not breaking this one easily.
As a means for detection
Security seals with tamper-evident functionality can function as a means to detect tampering. The seals feature technology that clearly indicates tampering – some even displaying evidence of tampering when unconventional means such as fire, corrosive fluids, and freezing have been employed.
As a means to catch culprits
Many of our security seals are numbered and, with proper security in place, can be used to indicate the location of theft. Established checkpoints and logging of items in transit can be used to hone in on the location where the seal was broken and / or replaced. It is therefore impossible to covertly replace the security seals.
Truseal is trusted by many of South Africa’s biggest brands like FNB, Spar, Pick n Pay, Nedbank, Fidelity, Standard Bank, and the list goes on. Our seals are manufactured to the highest international standards, with over 6000 companies in South Africa and Africa using our system daily.
The secret to our success lies not only in the independently certified high security and consistently high quality of our products but also with the exceptional service that we deliver.
Get in touch with us so that we are able to collaborate with you in finding the best solution for your business.