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  • When is a Security Seal NOT a Security Seal? Part 3 (Tamper Evident Seal)

    This week we will carry on our thoughts on the use of tamper evident seals and specifically; tamper evident container bolt seals.

    Paul Perry
  • Cancer Research

    Cancer is a condition that has affected every single one of us in one way or another, either by friends or family members whom have cancer. It is never the best news when we hear one of our loved ones has cancer. There are over 200 different types of cancer, each with its own methods of diagnosis and treatment.

    Raj Patel
  • When is a Security Seal NOT a Security Seal? Part 2 (Tamper Evident Seal)

    Carrying on from our thoughts in last week’s blog “When is a Security Seal NOT a Security Seal”; in this week’s blog we discuss the second factor of Trailer and Container breach. Many organisations use security seals which just does the job. However nowadays thieves have become smarter than the organisations think.

    Raj Patel
  • When is a Security Seal NOT a Security Seal?

    We start this blog with a question which may be of significance in the current market of Loss Prevention and in fact any industry which use various forms of transportation for their goods. Looking into the recent trend many organisations look to save as much as possible many opting to do this within their operational costs. However do we realise the consequences of this? 

    Raj Patel