Only Sealock protects your cargo from break-ins.

Sealock Security Systems, Inc. was launched in 1996 with one mission in mind: to prevent thieves from stealing or tampering with the contents of sealed cargo containers. Addressing the inherent security flaws in the millions of ocean containers and swing door trailers in service around the world, Sealock developed innovative tamper-indicative seal and lock devices designed to work in unison to thwart both overt and covert container tampering and break-ins.

In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, Sealock’s unique hybrid devices became the first and only cargo container seals to be declared a valid anti-terrorist technology, proving to be valuable in preventing terrorists from putting weapons of mass destruction into well-sealed containers entering our ports. Sealock’s seal and lock devices are recognized on the Department of Homeland Security’s Approved Products List. As a company, Sealock has earned C-TPAT partner certification (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism, the Dept. of Homeland Security’s partnership with the public).

In its relatively short but impactful history, Sealock Security Systems has been granted five U.S. patents, won numerous awards, and gained widespread industry approval. Its products are used by some of the country’s largest importers, including Wal-Mart, JC Penney, Hewlett-Packard, Pfizer, and Maersk Line.

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