Tyden ball seals and tension straps are commonly used to seal and secure large loads. To ensure products are opened unwanted, Navacqs also offers many other options, including the Heavy Duty Pull Tight Seal and the Universal M Seal.
To prevent wardrobing, we offer various seals that can be easily applied to the product. Fitting a garment with a seal is quite possible, but wearing and using the garment is not a success due to the visible seal. Contact us to discuss the possibilities, also with regard to your own text or logo on the seal.
Supermarkets and retailers often use product seals to protect their products from theft, spoilage and damage.
Product seals are especially popular in the food and pharmaceutical industries, where unopened products are crucial for consumer safety and quality. Here, product seals are often used to prevent the product from being opened or tampered with before it reaches the consumer. This not only increases the safety and quality of the product, but also gives consumers confidence in the product they are buying.
Wardrobing is a problem that occurs when consumers buy garments, wear them and then return them to the shop. This can result in lost revenue for retailers as these garments cannot be resold as new. To counter this problem, many retailers have changed their return policies, with the aim of curbing wardrobing. One way retailers can do this is by using product seals.
Product seals can also help combat wardrobing. Once a product is sealed, it cannot simply be opened without breaking the seal. This makes it more difficult for consumers to wear and return garments without being noticed.
By using product seals, retailers can adjust their return policies and reduce wardrobing costs. For example, by requiring the retention of seals and labels, it is possible to prove that an item has not been worn or damaged and the product can be returned. This ensures that garments cannot be returned unfairly and contributes to a fair and sustainable retail industry.