Not used a company for this, but I have bought theses (Silver Heavy Duty Labels | L6008-20 | Avery) and they seem pretty good at sticking and not being removed ..
Hi, I need to get some Asset Security Stickers for the hardware at my school.
I have found the following company: Pictures and images of sample designs
I was just wondering if anybody uses any other companies and has any ideas on cost per sticker?
We are looking for something which is as tamper resistant as it can be and something which will be long lasting.
We use the Seton stickers and they're well made, albeit not cheap. They're not immune to being piggled at and peeled off but then I doubt a sticker has been made that can resist the focused attention of a bored schoolchild.
Moving to Physical Security forum. This forum is for 'virtual' security
+1 for Seton again, like has being said there not bullet proof but the best we've had
I have had a look at seton and they rip your eyes out and then suck the juice out of the sockets nearly £1000 quid for 1000 labels!!!!
I have found this Custom Labels - Asset Labels, Asset Tags, Warranty Labels and Calibration Labels the guy who I spoke to is a real gem and will help you every which way including discount for educational institutions as his wife is a teacher.
They will send you out a sample which you can sort over the web.
Cost for 2000 labels = £300 a lot less than Seton and good quality security tags they are with your own design and logo.
We used to purchase our tags from Seton, but found they were a bit too expensive. We switched to another company as they were a fraction of the price, although we experienced problems with the print rubbing off. We now use a company called Tollgate Labels for marking our IT equipment. They offer a good service and we have always found them to be competitive. I think we pay around £290 for 2,000 tags. They've only failed once to deliver on time and that was during the heavy snowfall we encountered last year. Hope this helps :-)
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