Frequently Asked Questions
A company seal (often referred to as the corporate seal) is an embossing seal used to certify and authenticate official company documents. See more information on What is a Company Seal?
Yes, under the Irish Companies Act 2014, all companies in Ireland are required to possess a company seal that must state the company’s name, engraved in legible characters. See more information on Do I need a Company Seal?
Under the Companies Act 2014, a director is the only person who has the authority to use the company seal unless stated otherwise in the company’s constitution. Learn more about Who is Authorised to use a Company Seal?
All company seal orders are dispatched within 1-2 working days, or within 2 hours if you need in a hurry (best to order online and then call us in this situation). Please allow 3 working days for the manufacturer and dispatch of a rubber stamp.
There is no law governing how to dispose of a company seal, however, to prevent fraud the engraved dials should be defaced so that is unable to make an impression. We encourage you to recycle a company seal that is no longer needed. See our Free Destroying/ Recycling Service
That’s easy. We are Ireland’s oldest and leading manufacturer of Company Seals and Company Stamps for a number of reasons. Firstly, we are in business for nearly 40 years and have developed an industry-leading technique for the manufacture of company seals, ensuring that they are of excellent quality, durability and stand the test of time. We are trusted by Ireland’s Legal Professionals, Company Formation Practices, Entrepreneurs, Banks, Financial Service Companies, Accountants and Tax Advisors in Ireland and beyond. We offer Ireland’s only Express Company Seal service, with pliers seals available for dispatch or collection within 2 hours. We take immense pride in our work, craftsmanship and our high levels of customer service and flexibility with our valued customers.