Cambridge Security Seals (“CSS”), an American manufacturer of tamper-evident and loss prevention security seals, was awarded a patent (U.S. Patent No. 9,770,839) by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its innovative in-line cutting technology which streamlines the automated manufacturing and packaging process. The patent covers a revolutionary design that improves the efficiency, flexibility, speed, accuracy, consistency and reliability of a post-molding cutting technique.
This is the second patent that CSS has secured in the past three month that markedly enhances the efficient performance of the manufacturing and finishing process.
“Our experience has shown us that a better manufacturing process results in better products and shorter lead times,” says Brian Lyle, President of Cambridge Security Seals. “Every improvement we make along the production lines manifests itself in an improved offering to our customers.”
Cambridge Security Seals manufactures a wide variety of its award-winning security seals in its New York headquarters and production facility. According to Lyle, the company’s patented processes “further elevates CSS and our ability to offer a wider variety of customizable features while reducing costs and lead times.”