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Tydenbrooks invests further in UK seal business

19 May 2011

Security seal solutions provider Tydenbrooks Security Products Group has introduced a Fast Ship programme by increasing its inventory of standard marked seals and investing in new equipment at its UK headquarters

This investment means that Tydenbrooks now has a dual product supply approach for its customers, as Nic Dancey, Director of Sales & Marketing EMEA explains:

“In this highly competitive market TydenBrooks has established manufacturing facilities in Asia. This is the low cost option, but by the nature of security seals, manufacturers need to be able to react when customers have an immediate need for additional seals.

“All our plain seals and the majority of our marked seals will continue to be produced in Asia, but we will hold sufficient inventory in the UK to offer a first class service of standard and custom marked seals.”

Tydenbrooks’ range of indicative seals, cable and bolt seals and tamper evident labels and tapes, are marked with a sequential number for tracking and identification purposes. They are available in a range of colours, for customer marketing and coding purposes.

The TydenBrooks Security Products Group was formed in 2009 when two of the world’s most largest tamper evident seal companies merged - TydenBrammall and EJ Brooks Company. In 2010 this Group also acquired Stoffel/Canada Meyer, giving the company a truly global commercial and manufacturing footprint.

The company’s innovative product range is used by a diverse number of industries to safeguard assets, including air cargo, anti-counterfeit, cross border, food transportation, cash in transit and retail distribution.


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