Analysis delves into cargo security seals

Sept. 1, 2003
TydenBrammall recently completed a three-part analysis on cargo security seals to inform transport companies about the classifications, applications,

TydenBrammall recently completed a three-part analysis on cargo security seals to inform transport companies about the classifications, applications, and origins of these seals.

With increasing demand worldwide for cargo security seals by commercial transport and logistics companies, more firms are inquiring about these issues, so TydenBrammall created this resource. The analysis reviews the ASTM International standard designated for classifying security seals (F832-90), the five types of seals and their usage, and a historical perspective on their use dating back more than 7,000 years.

The analysis can be accessed as a white paper by phoning 800-348-4777 or by accessing TydenBrammall's web site at www.tydenbrammall.com and clicking on “Contact Us.”

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