PRESS RELEASE – LabelLock achieves ISO 17712 certification

PRESS RELEASE 22 July 2014 LabelLock achieves ISO 17712 certification LabelLock, the world renowned brand of security labels, has achieved the ultimate security certification that is ISO 17712:2013. As a result of recent upgrades to in-house security systems, and further investment in chemistry and design, the decision to move towards certification of the new security […]

LabelLock newsletter – May 2014

See Label Lock at the Packaging Innovations Show 2014 at the NEC 26-27 February

The Label Lock product range of tamper evident security labels, tapes, seals and bags will be exhibited at the Packaging Innovations Show at the NEC on stand G24. For a private appointment please contact You can register for a free entrance ticket in advance here.

Label Lock exhibited at Intersec Dubai

Thanks to all the customers who visited us on our stand at Intersec Dubai, 2014. It is always a pleasure to do business in the UAE. Customers looking for a security seal solution are welcome to contact us and we will put you in touch with our local distributor in the region. Please contact us […]

Security Labels International are hiring a BDM (Export)

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER – EXPORT Full time permanent post in Cannock (Staffordshire, UK) Salary £23 – 29K + profit share + commission After 7 consecutive record years of growth The Mercian Labels Group will appoint an accomplished Business Development Manager for its Security Labels International division, at its HQ in Cannock, Staffordshire. We are looking […]

Label Lock products will be exhibited at Transport Security Expo 2013

Label Lock products will be exhibited at the Transport Security Expo 2013 on London on 13-14 November 2013.  The full product range on show will include security labels, tapes, tamper evident bags, C-TPAT bolt seals and a full range of plastic and metal seals.   Please see us at stand G50 or contact us in advance to […]

E.on’s €38m fine for tampering with an EU security seal

Sometimes customers get a little blasé about their security seals and perhaps don’t take the integrity of their seals as seriously as they possibly could. If anyone needed a reminder about the consequences of authorised breech of security seal, then the recent case where E.on was fined €38m for tampering with EU seal should remind them how serious this can be. […]

Case study – custom Label Lock ™ low residue security (in red) used to replace a high residue security label solution

A custom Label Lock ™ low residue security (in red) used to replace a high residue security label solution that was leaving an undesirable, messy residue on the London Underground

Client name: London Underground Client Sector: Transport Security Application: London Underground stations have cabinets at the end of each platform which contain emergency equipment. In addition, control panels and boards are located throughout the network. It is essential that these are not interfered with, and if they are then this should be immediately apparent to […]

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