Go for one layer, a double sealing or a bubble wrap sealing.
2. Your baggage will be placed in the machine
It will be enfolded in Seal & Go shrink foil.
3. Shrink it
The foil is air-heated slightly and shrinks tightly around your baggage.
4. The operator removes the foil from handles and wheels
You will be able to use your baggage as normal.
5. It’s traceable
Every sealing comes with a free Seal & Trace sticker which enables you to trace your baggage.
6. Ready to go
Your baggage is now protected against bursting open, smuggling drugs, theft, damage and getting lost.
7. O no! The sealing is broken!
If your sealing is broken when you arrive at your destination, you will know that someone messed with your baggage. If so, do not touch your baggage.
8. What to do?
Leave your baggage on the conveyer belt. Report yourself to customs to tell that your sealing is broken and that you are not responsible for whatever they might find.
Did you know?
In 2016, 21.6 million bags got lost, damaged or mishandled worldwide
That's an average of 59 000 items per day
A zipper is easy to open, even when you use a lock
With a pen it can be opened and closed again, so you won't notice
1% of baggage is lost for over 60 days
And usually remains lost
Watch the video
The baggage goes into the machine, where the shrink foil is wrapped around it automatically. The machine seals the ends of the foil together and heats it slightly.
Due to the heat, the foil shrinks tightly around the baggage, which results in a sealed piece of baggage. To ensure the baggage can be used again, the Seal & Go staff will quickly remove the foil from handles and wheels. Follow the process by watching our video.