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M. Omega ST003 Ars

Description: M. mollis Omega Ars

ratio: Ф40*55mm/Ф55*63mm

frequency: 8.2MHz sive nativus P

Plastic Duis White, barcode or customized

Lock: Super clausum seu Latin

sarcina: 2000pcs / CTN, 4.5KG, 0.025CBM

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Tagging est fons ex EAS conftituuntur securitatem tags applicationem ad fontem et elit vel opificem, officinas, pro parte ad retail chain.For retailer est, fontem tagging Excluditur opus sumptu labore, applicare se tags EAS conftituuntur, et in tempore reduces recepta inter commercio et mercatura venalis est. Nam elit, principalis ad hoc quod conservetur in grosso bonum packaging AESTHETICA paruisset, applicationem et in securitatem tags productum packaging. Concedit tagging quo modo abscondamini in EAS conftituuntur tags fons est et difficilis ad eximet.
Quod summus celeritate application est titulus EAS conftituuntur, ut idonea commercial packaging processus, usque dum perfectus est via modifications pressura vexillum-Pittacium sensitivo Applicators et progress as nationes ceterasque introduced by Patterson Craig (Knoxville Tennessee), quia Hewlett Packard initio print cartridges. Hodie, in dolor bonis fontem altum celeritates ad tagged cum label EAS conftituuntur incorporatus in packaging de productum vel ipsum. 

Source tagging is the application of EAS security tags at the source, 
the supplier or manufacturer, instead of at the retail side of the 
chain.For the retailer, source tagging eliminates the labor expense 
needed to apply the EAS tags themselves, and reduces the time between 
receipt of merchandise and when the merchandise is ready for sale. For 
the supplier, the main benefit is the preservation of the retail 
packaging aesthetics by easing the application of security tags within 
product packaging. Source tagging allows the EAS tags to be concealed 
and more difficult to remove.
The high-speed application of EAS labels, suited for commercial 
packaging processes, was perfected via modifications to standard 
pressure-sensitive label applicators and was developed and introduced 
by Craig Patterson (Knoxville, Tennessee), initially for Hewlett 
Packard print cartridges. Today, consumer goods are source tagged at 
high speeds with the EAS label incorporated into the packaging or the 
ipsum productum. 

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