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Materials and labelling company Avery Dennison has released a range of tamper-evident labels which it claims provide added security.

One of the company's durables experts, Mega Lam, says the new tamper evident labels can be customised to suit the client's brand and regulatory needs.

"Those in niche applications that require low quantities of high-quality labels will welcome this enhanced range," Lam said.

Tamper-evident labels produce visible evidence in the event of unauthorised access, alteration, or replacement of a product.

The new security applications help brand owners assure end users of product authenticity while protecting their own brand equity.

They include transferable void materials which leave irreversible void messages on facestock when the label is detached, and non-transferable void materials which leave no residue when the label is detached.

Both transferable and non-transferable void materials come with colour options and allow customers to fully customise the text on these labels.

Within this tamper evident portfolio, there is a selection of RoHS compliant materials for customers who need to adhere to strict regulations.

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