Tip N Tell Damage Indicators
These brightly coloured red Tip N Tell indicators come with a companion alert label. This signals to your courier that the goods are being monitored.
Tip N Tell is activated by pulling the release pin. Then attaching to your package or container.
Clients have often had bad experiences with courier services mis-handling their freight.
When goods need to be upright Tip and Tell continue to prove themselves as an effective visual deterrent. They immediately alert anyone who handles the package that it’s being monitored. This means there is some level of accountability with you and your courier.
Some may be looking for a preventative measure to prevent freight from tilting. Often the cost of breakages can be too high. Or the company is looking for a cost-effective method to demonstrate a commitment to damage free delivery.
One size fits all here for these shipping labels. They monitor shipments to be kept upright above a 90 degree angle.
On activation the arrow will turn blue to give a clear indication that the product has been tipped. This visual alert gives you accountability and piece of mind beyond your goods being picked up at collection.
Uses for Tip N Tell labels
Clients come from a diverse market background. Generally those looking to protect either box deliveries or export freight.
These units are perfect for protecting tilt sensitive freight. Heavy machinery, precision parts, electronics and optics.
Fragile components in general including lighting and sample/trial products.
A product as adaptable as this though is always finding new uses for itself.
How to use Tip N Tell lables
Tip N Tell transport monitors are self adhesive. They can also be attached by either nailing or stapling to your container.
They activate when tipped below a 90° angle. Once this happens the arrow will turn completely blue. You or your customer are then in no doubt of poor handling.
- Visual Deterrence
- Allows receiver to immediately check for damage
- Easy to use
- Gives accountability for shipments
1 – 2 Working Days.