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Home > Press > Swiss Authentication USA Announces Exclusive Deal

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Swiss Authentication USA announced today that it has become the exclusive agent to sell Swiss Authentication AG's Lanthanoid based anti-counterfeiting solutions in the United States.

Swiss Authentication USA Announces Exclusive Deal

Tägerwilen, Switzerland & Sunset Hills, MO | Posted on October 22nd, 2009

"We are extremely excited to offer for the first time in the US the first product security solution that really works" states Jerry Alt, Executive Director of Market Research and Communications for Swiss Authentication USA. Swiss Authentication's solution is:

Exclusive and customized
Non-reproducible by third parties
Flexible in application and suitable for almost any product
Extremely robust and resistant to fire, light, chemicals & pressure
Environmentally safe and non-toxic.

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About Swiss Authentication
Swiss Authentication specializes in product protection. Our mission is to provide clients with reliable maximum security solutions at reasonable prices.

In 2005, our researchers started developing an innovative security solution which was patent-protected in 2006.

The Swiss Authentication team is made up of chemists, security technicians, and product engineers. Our qualifications are rounded off by many years of experience in the management of major technical projects and in consulting.

Swiss Authentication AG is based in the town of Tägerwilen, Switzerland.

For more information, please click here

Contacts:
Media Contact:
Jerry Alt
314 249-6698


Tonis Zafiropoulos
Cell:314-504-3974

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