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Stamp/Seal Makers Services in Malaysia
A company seal is the official mark of the corporation because it has the impression of authenticity and corporate’s identity. For small businesses and large corporations alike, the ability for your customers to contact you is essential. A company seal is a simple yet effective tool to encourage your customers to contact you and not forget your details. Another simplest and most cost effective thing that your business can invest in is rubber stamps. It’s the basic office supply that can go a long way to making your business appear larger and more professional. At 3E Accounting, we do provide stamp and seal making services to meet your business needs. Please read the contents below to know more about our stamp and seal maker service.
Self-inkers are made with the idea that a rubber stamp contains a spring, stamp and a pad. Usually, the self-inking stamp is very handy and is easy to use. It’s a great idea in small loyalty card stamps as they can go in the pocket without ink marking your clothing. It could be used for many thousands of times before needing a refill. In other words, the self-inking stamp is a less-mess and cost saving idea in stamping. The self-inking idea allows user to perform a better task in quick succession, with the same crisp and clear impression every time.
In a business, the company seal is used to stamp or emboss your company’s important documents in order to show the document is certified by, and agreed upon by, the Board of Directors of the company. Usually the company seal will include the company’s name, the year of incorporation and the state in which the company was filed. In other words, the company seal is like the official signature of your company. To date, company seals are still a legal requirement in many jurisdictions worldwide. Companies involved in international transactions would notice that the use of company seal on official documents is still compulsory. In most countries, a lawyer may not recognise the efficacy of a legal contract without the official company seal.