In the long term, the marketplace is the ultimate arbiter. Customers seek high quality seals, short lead times, and the overall best value. On that basis, CSS expects to continue its rapid growth and success.
Pomona, NY (PRWEB) May 13, 2015
Cambridge Security Seals (“CSS”) has emerged “stronger than ever” following a trial of claims brought by TydenBrooks. TydenBrooks, a private-equity fueled consolidation of five of North America’s largest security seals manufacturers, filed suit against CSS in 2012 alleging, among other things, violations of federal and New York statutes, a host of common law claims, and seeking a permanent injunction against CSS. (TydenBrooks v. Cambridge Security Seals et al., S.D.N.Y., C.A. No. 12 Civ. 2937.) Before trial, the Court dismissed with prejudice all of TydenBrooks’s statutory claims. CSS, which ultimately prevailed on six of the nine claims asserted in the complaint, has grown by 1000% since the suit was filed, and continues to thrive as one of the fastest growing security seals manufacturers in the world.
“CSS was developed to provide exceptional service to the seals market with excellent products and customer service,” said Elisha Tropper, CEO of CSS. “The overall outcome of the proceedings has positioned us stronger than ever, and ensures that CSS will continue to offer competitive solutions to the security seals marketplace.”
According to court documents, CSS filed a counterclaim against TydenBrooks alleging violations of the Sherman Act. TydenBrooks had sought an injunction to prevent CSS from selling plastic indicative security seals, but the federal court denied that request.
“CSS has always been focused on offering security seals users a high-value alternative,” pointed out Tropper. “CSS manufactures high quality products, with quick lead times, and outstanding customer service to provide more options to security seals customers in North America.”
CSS views its continued growth and impact in the marketplace as its most important measure of success. Although the jury did not throw out all of TydenBrooks’s claims, Tropper says, “CSS is considering all of its options with respect to post-trial motions and appeals.”
“In the long term, the marketplace is the ultimate arbiter. Customers seek high quality seals, short lead times, and the overall best value,” explains Tropper. “On that basis, CSS expects to continue its rapid growth and success.”
About Cambridge Security Seals
Cambridge Security Seals, a privately-held enterprise headquartered in New York, offers an extensive line of tamper evident, tamper resistant, and high-security loss prevention seals to customers across a wide range of industries. The company’s dedication to uncompromising quality, dedicated customer service, and outstanding value provides a blueprint for reliability and security.
Cambridge Security Seals is one of the fastest growing security seal companies in the world. CSS services an increasingly diverse customer base spanning a variety of industries, including airlines, freight, logistics, distribution, trucking, retail, cash handling, rail transportation, government, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, medical, and agriculture.
Cambridge Security Seals’ commitment to technology, quality standards, environmental responsibility, and attention to detail fuels its drive to provide security-conscious customers with the products and services they demand from an industry leader.
The backbone of Cambridge Security Seals is a diversified team of technical experts and business professionals, including experienced engineering, design, production, and logistics specialists. This unique blend of management and production expertise enables the company to provide an unmatched level of value. For more information about Cambridge Security Seals, please visit http://www.cambridgeseals.com.