HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) and PP (Polypropylene) are both types of thermoplastic polymers that are widely used in various applications due to their combination of properties. While they have some similarities, they exhibit differences in terms of strength and materials.
Sealing, much like the daily ritual of brushing teeth, plays a vital role in ensuring the safe passage of goods across industries. For supply chain managers seeking reliable partners, choosing a seals supplier can be daunting amidst a diverse landscape. However, with a decade of experience, American manufacturer Cambridge Security Seals (CSS) stands out as a trusted choice. CSS has a proven track record of success, serving top companies in sectors such as airlines, food, and pharmaceuticals.
Believe it or not, in the present day, pirates and predators in the business world exist both on land and on the sea. Argh! Compliance, safety, and accountability remain top issues, reports the American Transportation Research Institute in a large-scale survey of 2,500 North American industry stakeholders, “Critical Issues in the Trucking Industry.”
One of America’s largest drugstore chains, with more than 5,000 retail locations, transports merchandise in a high-security closed-loop distribution system via a private fleet of trucks. Each day, hundreds of trucks depart from dozens of distribution centers to deliver and retrieve merchandise on multiple stop routes.
Critical to the security program is a triple layer of tamper-evident protection, which includes security bags and tamper-evident carton tape, plastic indicative pull-tight tote seals, and truck seals.
Despite economic uncertainties, global air travel is rising. The number of flights has already doubled this summer compared to last summer, according to Kathleen Bangs, a former commercial pilot and spokesperson at FlightAware. The increase in air travel reinforces the importance and reliability of tamper-evidentsecurity seals in air cargo transportation and air travel safety programs. That’s where Cambridge Security Seals excels.
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is a Federal act that was signed into law and took effect January 4th, 2011. The goals of the FSMA are to prevent illness from food contamination, reduce food waste, and protect the general public from the dangers that can arise from activities both unintentional (negligence) and intentional (tampering) within the food industry and supply chain.
The Drug Quality and Security Act (DSCSA), signed into law in November 2013, introduces legislation that details critical steps that the US government will be implementing to track and identify certain prescription drugs as they are dispersed throughout the United States.