In Brief: EAS source tagging
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
EAS source tagging: Germany's Federal Association of Perfume Retailers recommends use of Sensormatic Electronic's Ultra Max acousto-magnetic electronic article surveillance (EAS) anti-theft sensor strips for fragrance source tagging, the electronic security firm said. According to Boca Raton-based Sensormatic, use of the labels would increase sales and lower product costs because retailers would be able to openly display products without the fear of theft. In February, FTC asked the National Association of Chain Drug Stores for information on EAS systems due to concerns about potential anti-competitive practices in the EAS industry ("The Rose Sheet" Feb. 26, p. 14)...
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