Introduction to Pagemark Africa services and solution offerings
Issued by TracePack - Feb 18th, 11:07
Why is Pagemark Africa the market leaders and authority within the industry?
Pagemark Africa understands the complexities of the African market, our solutions are globally relevant to the African market’s needs. Allowing for the power of protection to be in the hands of the consumers, where it is really needed, for enforcement and compliance by brands to international norms and standards.
What differentiates Pagemark Africa from the rest of the competitors in the industry?
Pagemark Africa is the only company able to offer complete end to end solutions in brand protection, anti-counterfeit, fighting fakes and provide all parties in a supply chain the means to authenticate, track and trace any products.
We cover all aspects of overt, covert and forensic solutions for a multi-layered and comprehensive solution for our clients.
Pagemark Africa’s different solution/offerings
It is only a matter of time before a brand or product is copied and if a company is not protecting their brand and product then the consumers will lose trust and go to the competitor. Brands that provide their customers with tools to authenticate and engage with, will grow while others will die.
Some of our solutions are so secure and unique that they are either patented, secret or totally confidential in order to not let anyone, even within the top management of the client. Coupled with the ability to add traceability and equipment to apply or mark the items, without outsourcing anything.
Some of our secure offerings are so unique and special that the solution comes from only one entity globally and for a specific company.
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With the new regulation R638 being implemented there is an increase in supply chain transparency, accountability, and security. One key to achieving gains in all three areas lies in the ability to trace the source of foods and their ingredients, from fark to fork.
Currently, the stainless-steel industry employs 114,000 people and is worth around R40bn to the South African economy from the primary production of stainless steel through to finished products, handling 500,000 tons per annum (tpa) in steel sheets, plates, and coils. South Africa imports a further 40,000 tpa of which 150,000 tpa is consumed, and 390,000 tpa exported.
Quality inspection is critical in the food and beverage sector. It can prevent expensive product recalls wasted production and expensive legal costs.
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