Visitors to the TydenBrooks stand at this year’s World Travel Catering and Onboard Services exhibition will not only be able to experience a complete A to Z of innovative and traditional security sealing products from the world’s oldest and largest security seal manufacturer, but the official launch of the latest innovation specifically designed to increase security for in-flight carts and trolleys – the Swan Seal Padlock.
The new Swan Seal Padlock features an enhanced locking mechanism (patent applied for), specifically developed for in-flight carts and trolleys. Manufactured in the UK, the Swan Seal represents a new generation of padlock seal providing a cost effective, easy to apply and versatile solution to reliable tamper evidence. Manufactured in polypropylene, the new streamlined design has been developed to allow quick and easy single handed operation. Available in a variety of colours, laser printing enables individual customisation with logos, text, sequential numbering and barcoding.
Also on display at WTC&OS for the first time will be a full range of TydenBrooks’ market leading products, supplied to airlines worldwide. These will include tamper evident security labels and tapes, mechanical security seals featuring both indicative and barrier seals, one-trip cash bags and re-usable security bags.
Almost one of Europe’s best kept secrets, the TydenBrooks story and, more importantly, that of its large and satisfied airline customer base world-wide, is certainly one worth sharing, believes Dennis Vitalis, Sales Director, EMEA. He explains: “The TydenBrooks 140+ years success story is one we are very proud of, especially our reputation as experts in providing the most appropriate solutions, which is at the heart of everything we do for our customers. A vital ingredient in our joint success continues to be innovation, and we are delighted to be able to launch our latest new product, the Swan Seal Padlock, at this exhibition. In addition, we can communicate directly to our customers the recently announced details of our major new investment in manufacturing at the Group’s European logistics centre in the UK which, following increasing demand for our products throughout EMEA, brings direct supply chain benefits including reduced lead times as well as cost efficiencies”.