will Unveil the World's Smallest AM Label at the 2016 National Retail Federation
(NRF) Loss Prevention Conference & Expo
Boca Raton, Florida - ALL-TAG, a leading manufacturer of anti-theft
Security Tags, Security Labels, and other loss prevention products, will be
unveiling their newest product, the AM Security Label - Narrow, at the 2016
National Retail Federation (NRF) Loss Prevention Conference & Expo.
ALL-TAG has been supplying standard 58 KHz Acousto-Magnetic (AM) Labels, which
are an alternative to Sensormatic UltraStrip III (DR) Labels, for many years.
They are now offering a narrower version to help retailers protect more
"We saw a need, and searched for a solution to fix it," explained ALL-TAG's Vice
President of Sales, Andy Gilbert. "The issue with most existing AM labels is
that they are too big for many of the smaller, high-shrink items."
"So we developed the AM Security Label - Narrow," Gilbert continued.
"This label is thinner (top to bottom) and more narrow (width) than any
other AM label on the market, allowing retailers to tag more high-shrink
merchandise than they could in the past."
Product features include:
• Width is 24% less than TYCO/Sensormatic UltraStrip III (DR) Labels
• Compatible with TYCO/Sensormatic and other Acousto-Magnetic (AM) 58 KHz EAS
Systems and Deactivators
• Comparable EAS System Detection and Deactivation performance to TYCO/Sensormatic
UltraStrip III (DR) Labels
AM Security Labels - Narrow will be on display at the National Retail Federation
(NRF) Loss Prevention Conference & Expo, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from June
15 - 16, 2016 at ALL-TAG booth #1520.
For more information about AM Security Labels or ALL-TAG, please visit
ALL-TAG manufacturers Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) products and
services designed to help retailers protect their merchandise from shoplifting.
The company is the currently the second largest global manufacturer of 8.2 MHz
Radio-Frequency (RF) anti-theft labels behind Checkpoint Systems Inc. The
original ALL-TAG RF Label factory, located in Manage, Belgium, began producing
RF Labels for source-taggers and retailers throughout the world in 1992. ALL-TAG
Corporation, located in Boca Raton, Florida USA, opened in 2000 as a global
sales and marketing office. In July of 2011, ALL-TAG launched a new production
facility to manufacture RF labels in the United States. The new factory supplies
RF Labels to our US customers, as well as many other customers around the world.
The company also has an inventory warehouse in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom
to ensure timely deliveries to our many customers in those regions.