KINEGRAM MOVE and KINEGRAM eMOVE

The perfect security solutions for motor vehicle related documents - including KINEGRAM protected, laser-personalized security labels for inside windshield and outside applications 


The KINEGRAM MOVE products provide unsurpassed protection against misuse, data manipulation, and counterfeiting of government issued labeled documents, especially vehicle registration certificates and labels.

 

The pre-personalized KINEGRAM MOVE certificate includes a secure KINEGRAM patch on the upper part and a laser-printable zone on the lower part. The size of the certificate is adjustable according to customer requirements.

What advantages does KINEGRAM MOVE offer?
  • Easily recognizable KINEGRAM security feature
  • Compatibility with both centralized and over-the-counter issuance
  • Simple instructions for use printed directly on the label
  • Partial-release adhesive system for one-time usage
  • Integration of electronic functionality using KINEGRAM RFID
Application types
  • Car registration label (outside)
  • Car registration windshield Label (inside)
  • Road tax windshield Label (inside)
  • Document Label (visa, certificates)
Product types
KINEGRAM MOVE references
Video: Inside windshield solution
Video: Outside application solution

Learn more about KINEGRAM RFID:
KINEGRAM RFID

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