A choice that makes the difference
Leaning Label Tip and Tile Indicator can stick to your package and turn from silver to red if it is tilted more than 80 degrees. Each Leaning Label contains a serial number to prevent tampering and to verify the authenticity of the indicator. The serial number provides peace of mind that your goods have been fully monitored from warehouse to destination.
According to a study, the damage rate typically drops by 50% or more when a monitor is in place. Let Leaning Label stop damaged during delivery today.
Product Name: Leaning Label
Activation Angle: ≥ 80°
Size: 70mm x 60mm x 5mm
VISUAL DETERRENT & ALERT HANDLERS
80° Tilt Monitor Keeps Watch Over Entire Journey As If You Supervised
MONEY-SAVING, TIME-SAVING, EFFORT-SAVING
Reduces Transportation-Caused Damage, Liability, Cost, and Increase Integrity of Product. Help Inspect Contents Before Acceptance or Storage
ALL IN ONE SYSTEM
Warn, Detect, Indicate, Monitor, Track from Warehouse to Destination
LOGISTICS & HANDLING PROTECTION
Pinpoint Cargo Damage, Indisputable Evidence of Mishandling for Freight Claims, or Repeated Mishandling
MECHANICAL OPERATION & SIMPLE TO USE
No Electric Power Required, Only Peel and Stick
TAMPER PROOF & AUTHENTICITY
Unique Serial Number to Verify Authenticity and Manage Product Conveniently
How to Use Leaning Label?
Apply the Warning Label on the correct position
Rip off the safe seal of the Leaning Label, the tile indicator will start detecting tile angels
(Important: Do Not Shake and Keep Leaning Label Upright after ripping off the seal)
Stick Leaning Label on the White Area of the big yellow arrow
Apply the Small Warning Sticker on the bill of leading to remind handlers that the shipments are with Leaning Labels (tilt indicators) Tile Indicator Companion Labels
Tile Indicator Companion Labels
To remind handlers of tilt watch indicator(s) applied to the cargo, one tilt watch indicator is usually used with a warning label (size: 197mm x 134mm) & a small warning sticker. They separately stick to cargo and bill of lading. Moreover, they also indicate how to do if the tilt watch indicator is activated.
However, the companion label for multiple tilt indicators indicates the unacceptable degree of tilt of the container. Before shipping out, shippers have to fill in the angle in the blank. Without a note of angles, handlers may view it as normal cargo, and caused damage.