New Ninja Label from USS Deters Organized Retail Crime Product Theft
Imprints Store Logo on Merchandise Box When Removed
Rancho Cucamonga, CA – February 19, 2013 – Universal Surveillance Systems LLC (USS), the architects of loss prevention technology, has introduced the new Ninja Label built with unique dual technology to help prevent shoplifting and organizedretail crime (ORC) theft. Equipped with effective electronic article surveillance (EAS) technology and backed with heavy duty adhesive, the veryvisible label imprints an extremely hard to remove color store logo on the merchandise box if peeled off, making sale of the stolen item more difficult and helping to trace its origin if subsequently recovered.
“The innovative Ninja Label meets the critical need for an effective loss prevention solution specifically designed to stop ORC and the resale of stolen goods at swap meets, flea markets and online sites while offering exceptional in-store EAS protection,” said USS President and CEO Adel Sayegh. “If a thief peels a Ninja Label from amerchandise box, a nearly impenetrable color store logo is left behind, significantly decreasing the thief’s ability to sell the item and providing an easy way to identify where it was stolen. The innovative Ninja Label is perfect for a wide variety of retail environments because of its unique, effective dual technology theft protection and deterrence.”
Compatible with all 8.2 MHz RF EAS systems, the highly visible 1.3” Ninja Label quickly attaches via a strong adhesive backing and is easily deactivated by store staff for operational efficiency. Its rugged construction assures a high pick rate, and its high visibility provides a significant theft deterrent.
For more information, visit http://new.universaleas.com/portfolio-view/uss-ninja-label/ or call 1-800-488-9097.