Warehousing and logistics

South Africa, due to its vast geographical terrain and population ratios in cities, supports a complex network of logistics. The management of the flow of goods from point of origin to point of consumption involves a complex model and whichever one is deployed, the common threat of theft permeates every structure, irrespective of how simple or how complex.

Articles to be sealed/marked/controlled


Cardboard boxes

Vehicle doors

RTIs (returnable transport items)

Diesel caps

Documentation and cash control


Pallet security


Curtain sides/tautliners

Trade returns/damaged stock

Access ways/doors/gates

Ratchet buckles

Warehouse floor labelling

Asset labelling

Shelves, bins, pallets, containers, vehicles

Asset labelling

More hardwaring

Forensic auditing/evidence management

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