Currently source tagging is becoming increasingly important in all sectors (footwear, textiles, cosmetics, food, etc ...).
Between 10 and 15% of labeled products matchs with the increasingly widespread source tagging, being the textile and footwear industries the most expanded at present.
Prosistel EAS Systems along with its specialized staff, will not report in order to determine the optimal application of anti-theft protection in the supply chain through Acusto-Magnetic (AM) or Radio Frequency (RF) labels located inside merchandise or packaging.
These antitheft resources will help retailers to ensure their articles are protected against shoplifting and available to customers when they are willing to purchase them.
Translating the process of anti-theft label application from the store to point of manufacture retailers can save labour costs considerably, ensuring its effectiveness without modifying the brand image of the product and improving the customers' shopping
PROSISTEL SISTEMAS company is formed by a qualified staff, who will advise manufacturers and customers about the most appropriated tags for each type of product and the ideal location at the package label. Similarly, they also will check the protection and detection of Prosistel antennas in stores as well as tags deactivation at the point of sale.
Every solution is studied with product manufacturers in detail to respect all technical specifications in supply chain , packaging and brand needs. Once the test has been passed, Prosistel provides a certificate after evaluating the product along with a report with the appropriate method to place the label on the item ensuring its deactivation and detection by EAS systems installed in stores.
So far, it was difficult to protect items such as cosmetics or unboxed articles for pharmacies because of its small size.
Thanks to source tagging solutions provided by PROSISTEL SISTEMAS either with AcustoMagnetic (AM) or Radio Frequency (RF) technology and its small size, it is possible to label a large quantity of them benefiting the industry. Accordding to data supplied by several clients, theft has decreased between 15% and 20% on average.