Posted 20 May 2019 - 02:50 PM
I'm not convinced as well.
You have to make a decision if you want to comprimise your own policy
You could always write up an exception notice that it goes against your policy to do so and that once the product leaves your facility you accept no liability whatsoever for the product and the customer is required to sign the statement that they have asked for no security sealing and they take full responsiblity for the product from the moment it leaves your facility.
Now, that sounds pretty good - however I doubt they would sign a statement like that.
So, after you transmit that to them and they decided not to do so, you go ahead and plan on securing their products.
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