November 17, 2011
London, UK (RPRN) 11/17/11 — Hotels and leisure facilities could prevent thousands of pounds worth of cash from going missing in transit by using secure bags and pouches with tamper-evident seals, according to industry specialist Versapak.
The UK-based company has conducted research into the hospitality industry that suggests many average-sized establishments are handling up to £25,000 in cash on their premises during a busy weekend but risk losing it before it is banked because the money is not properly secured.
Versapak has created a diverse range of tamper evident cash bags, sacks and wallets for this purpose and is urging hoteliers and leisure managers to keep their cash safe both on and off site.
These products are available in all sizes and colours and can also be made to exact specifications as well as being the most cost effective on the market. Created with a seamless bottom, the bags
More importantly, with a variety of plain, numbered and personalised tamper-evident seals, bags can be made 100% secure for storage, transport or counting purposes.
Steve Waller, Group Sales Director at Versapak, said: “This is something that hotel managers and staff simply cannot afford to neglect – without 100% secure cash bags and sacks, they risk losing their takings.
“Hotels and other sites that offer leisure facilities, restaurants and bars often handle large amounts of cash, especially at peak periods. Our bags ensure that this money is kept safe both on and off premises as well as acting as a fraud deterrent.”
Versapak’s products are already used in tourist locations, theme parks, hotels, pubs and bars worldwide.
Visit www.versapak.co.uk for more information.
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