EAS Tags and Labels
The company Thoonsen has been manufacturing shoplifting solutions for more than 12 years. Their antitheft devices respect your products and are timesaving. Their accessories and antennas are designed to be more efficient and easier to use. The accessories can be placed on your items quickly and without damaging them. All of their products are designed in France and they are certified by INPI patents (the National Institute of Industrial Protection).
EAS & RFID Systems
Nedap’s cloud-based RFID solutions enable customers to unlock their full omnichannel potential, minimize shrinkage, optimize the on-shelf availability and create seamless check-out experiences. Their mission is to make it simple for retailers to always have the right products available.
MTC EAS Partners
EAS Tags and Labels
MTC EAS Partners is one of the leading independent EAS companies in Europe, providing total security solutions and EAS Systems for all segments of the retail-market.
EAS & RFID Systems
Alert Systems develops, manufactures and distributes patented detection systems to detect illegal booster bags and magnets. They distribute through global partnerships and end-users are deploying their products in every corner of the world, where crime is a challenge. Their priority #1 is R&D and they deliver high-tech products with strong focus on easy installation.
RFID Inventory Management
Nordic ID is a full service PaaS (Platform as a Service) solutions company aimed at becoming the go-to partner for businesses that struggle with managing their flow of items. With their full line of RFID tracking devices and a customizable, adaptable cloud platform they simplify once tedious routine tasks and enable total process transparency.
EAS Communications Network
VuTeur provides retailers a coordinated communication network for all routine and threat-based situations. VuTeur provides real-time notification on an emergency situation, including who the person(s) involved are and their location so that retailers’ emergency management teams can make the best decisions on how to limit the threat and help save lives.
National Retail Federation (NRF)
NRF is the world’s largest retail trade association. They advocate for retail through strong representation, year-round education and impactful storytelling. Addressing complex policy issues like tariffs, data security and sales tax fairness, they speak out for retail with a clear and authentic voice like no one else can.
Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA)
RILA is the US trade association for leading retailers. They convene decision-makers, advocate for the industry, and promote operational excellence and innovation. Their aim is to elevate a dynamic industry by transforming the environment in which retailers operate.
International Association of Interviews (IAI)
IAI was created to become a knowledge and skills development resource for its members including law enforcement, loss prevention, risk management, audit, government agencies, insurance companies, banking, military, students, human resources and solution providers.
Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF)
The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) is an international leader in educating and certifying retail loss prevention and asset protection professionals. LPF’s mission is to advance the retail loss prevention and asset protection profession by providing relevant, convenient and challenging educational resources.
Loss Prevention Magazine is the information resource for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management. From technology to management skills to investigations, they equip the LP industry with the best practices from the store level to the executive suite.
The D&D Daily is the #1 daily digital news source for the retail industry focused on retail trends, loss prevention, asset protection and IT security. Researching and curating news, events, technology, retail industry developments, crime and trends from over 2,500 news sources and sites, they deliver a daily, virtually real-time recap e-newspaper to your inbox.