Retail Security
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EAS labels for source taggers. Easitag supplies labels for products that require EAS source tagging.

Source tagging is the process of preparing products that are supplied to large retail chains for use with their current retail security systems by the application of EAS (Electronic Article Surveillance) labels or sometimes RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) labels to the products during the packaging process. This alleviates the requirement for major retailers to add security labels to their products as they’re shipped to them with the EAS and RFID labels integrated into the packaging during the manufacturing process.

In-store tagging is a high-cost and inefficient process for many major retailers. Supplying products source tagged greatly increases the potential your products will make it onto their shelves and gets them onto the floor quicker.

The type of label you have source tagged will ultimately be determined by the retail security system the retailer(s) you’re targeting have installed in their store. Here at Easitag our EAS labels work with most major Australian retailers. If you have any specific questions about our EAS or RFID labels, please feel free to contact us on 1800 077 375.

Easitag is the ideal partner for source taggers

Easitag provides EAS labels for many of the major retailers around Australia along with the provision of EAS labels for source tagging. Our fast turn around times and high-quality product means your labels can be delivered directly to you or to the manufacturer ready for implementation into the production run.

If you currently supply to or plan on having your products stocked by Kmart, Target, Officeworks, Myer, BigW or Woolworths we can assist in the supply or EAS and RFID labels for source tagging of your products. If you would like to speak with one of our specialists in this area, please call us today on 1800 077 375 or fill out the online form on our contact us page.

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Samples and assistance are available

We understand that purchasing bulk labels is an investment – this is why, upon request, we’re happy to provide samples of our products so you’re able to make sure they meet your product, labels and security specifications. If you would like a sample of our EAS labels for source tagging, please contact us today and we can arrange an appropriate sample size to be sent to you.

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