New York manufacturer reports a high-efficiency breakthrough in the design and manufacturing of an injection mold

POMONA, N.Y.—Cambridge Security Seals (CSS), an American manufacturer of tamper-evident and loss prevention security seals, recently announced that it was issued a patent (U.S. Patent No. 9,178,228) by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its innovative design of an injection mold and the mold manufacturing process. Among other advantages, the mold design enables a quick-change method for manufacturing different products by accommodating highly efficient transitions between variable dimensions, strengths, markings, and other features.

“Since its founding, Cambridge Security Seals has focused on achieving its vision of a continuously improving, customer-centric American manufacturing company,” said Elisha Tropper, the company’s CEO, in a press release. “This patent reinforces our longstanding dedication to innovation of products and processes to provide tangible benefits to our clientele and employees.”

Cambridge Security Seals manufactures a wide variety of security seals in its New York headquarters and production facility. According to Brian Lyle, the company’s president, the patented process “enables CSS to offer a wider variety of customizable features while reducing costs and lead times.”

Founded in 2010, Cambridge Security Seals continues to invest heavily in research and development, and was ranked by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest growing private companies in America. The company reported that it has had “substantial year-over-year growth,” which Lyle said is “proof that our culture of innovation and commitment to American manufacturing can successfully deliver the highest quality and shortest lead times to a diverse and ever-increasing customer base.”

Cambridge Security Seals (www.cambridgeseals.com), a privately-held enterprise headquartered in New York, offers tamper evident, tamper resistant, and high-security loss prevention seals to customers across a wide range of industries. The company services an increasingly diverse customer base spanning the airlines, freight, logistics, distribution, trucking, retail, cash handling, rail transportation, government, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, medical, and agriculture industries.

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