About TydenBrooks, Security Products Group

Today, TydenBrooks brings over 350 years of combined experience and history in the manufacturing of security seals and has consistently exhibited market leadership through innovation, research, quality, design and manufacturing on a global basis. The new entity of TydenBrooks is committed to producing competitively priced, high quality security seals, tapes, labels and other security devices with a strong commitment to customer service and support.

Globally, TydenBrooks has a manufacturing, sales and marketing presence in over 50 countries, providing a broad range of security solutions to a wide group of industries, including transportations, retail, agriculture, petrochemical, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, commercial airlines, manufacturing and many other industries.

The sum of our key strengths is best reflected in our brand promise, "Leading the Way, Securing the World.

Nuestra historia

  1. 1870s
    1870: EJ Brooks se convirtió en el sucesor de una compañía de juguetes, que cambió el nombre de EJ Brooks and Company.
    1873: EJ Brooks Co. transiciones de fabricante de juguetes de plomo a fabricante de sellos de seguridad, estableciendo oficialmente la empresa que usted conoce hoy. EJ Brooks patenta su primer sello de seguridad para su nueva empresa.
    1875: EJ Brooks and Company reemplazó la producción de juguetes con sellos de coches de ferrocarril y comenzó a actuar como un distribuidor para todo, desde los punzones de los conductores hasta los uniformes de los trabajadores ferroviarios.
  2. Early 1900s
    1907: EJ Brooks Co aparece en Scientific American para patentes innovadoras de sellos de seguridad.
    1911: EJ Brooks patenta el sello de automóvil. El sello del coche mejoró la seguridad y el transporte de mercancías vía los vagones.
    1913: EJ Brooks patenta el sello de la bola.
    1914: EJ Brooks patenta el sello de autocierre.
    1915: EJ Brooks patents the Bag Seal & Seal Press.
    1920: EJ Brooks patenta el Sello de Remache.
    1923: EJ Brooks patenta la Herramienta de Sellado.
    1924: EJ Brooks patenta el sello Twist Lock.
  3. 1940s
    1941: During WWII, after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Brooks Company rose in importance through the distribution of their oldest product: The Lead and Wire Seal. This seal was used to secure Allied and American Forces ammunition boxes.
    1947: El Departamento Postal de los Estados Unidos aprobó el sello Brooks All Metal Bag para correos postales de paquetes extranjeros y ordenó ocho millones de sellos.
  4. 1950s
    1952: Sello de la bolsa de la moneda de Griplock y el sello plástico del candado se introducen. Sellos de plástico son vistos como el futuro de la empresa.
    Late 1950s: One of Brooks major efforts was gaining the poultry seal business. Seals were lithographed in color to customer specifications and attached to chicken wings.
  5. 1960s
    1964: The industry's first self-locking (no-tool application) Plastic Padlock Seal was introduced. The Brooks plastic padlock seal went on to be the industry standard for the next 30 plus years, undergoing at least 17 product improvements each of which contributed to utility meter sealing and efficiency.
    The 1960s saw the introduction of Plastic seals. Plastic seals were a hard sell in the beginning and a slow transition from metal. Plastic seals are now some of the top selling seals in the security industry, offering a cost effective way to provide tamper evidence.
  6. 1970s
    The 1970s saw the growth of Plastic security seals driven by the GripLock Coin Bag seal, the Poly Lok Door seal for trucks and containers, and the Pull-Tite for properly inspecting fire extinguishers.
    1975: Brooks comenzó a trabajar para crear una nueva línea de productos en la demanda de la industria de electricidad, un dispositivo más fuerte para varios tipos de metros para ayudar a reducir el vandalismo.
    1978: Brooks grew greatly, representing more than 20 selling agents in England, France, Italy, Australia, the Philippines, Venezuela, Malaysia and Canada.
  7. 1980s
    1983: Brooks adquiere Zappa Plastics.
    1985: E.J .Brooks Industries Ltd. incorporates in Canada.
    1986: E.J. Brooks (Europe) Limited is established.
    1987: Brooks introduces barcoded seals.
    Mid 1980s: The company Slim Jim sales catalog was published that featured employees as Our Most Valuable Asset. Today we feel just as strongly about this sentiment!
    1989: Sigurd M. Moberg nombrado presidente emérito de EJ Brooks, después de 62 años con la compañía. Trabajó su camino a través de la empresa y es responsable de la GripLock Coin Bag, Plastic Padlock y Pull-Tite Seal patentes.
  8. 1990s
    1995: E.J. Brooks Company, Meter Devices Company y Ekstrom Industries. Inc., establecer un nuevo Grupo de Productos de Utilidad. El nuevo Grupo de Productos de Utilidad está diseñado para incrementar el nivel de servicio de Brooks a proveedores de agua, gas y electricidad en los Estados Unidos y el mundo.
    1997: Tyden merges with Brammall, supplier of the broadest line of security seals and locks to transportation industry to form TydenBrammall.
    1998: The Brooks barcoded Enduro Seal is introduced. A long lasting acrylic seal with a vinyl barcode.
  9. 2000s
    2009: Tyden merges with EJ Brooks, the leading provider of plastics-based indicative seals utilities security solutions, to form TydenBrooks Security Products Group.
    2010: TydenBrooks merges with Stoffel Seals Corporation Canada Mayer.
    2014: TydenBrooks wins the Accolades Peoples Choice Award at the ASIS convention.
    2015: TydenBrooks launches Web Stock products that ship in just 2 business days.
    2016: TydenBrooks adds to laser marking seals and 2D barcoding capabilities.
    2017: TydenBrooks launches improved comprehensive e-commerce website, continuing to Lead the Way. Secure the World.

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