Our Labelling services include Flexo Labels and Digital Labels. We provide excellent quality, full colour, short medium run labels with or without variable information.
Why use a label?
When packaging your items and products, it is imperative to be distinctive and identifiable. It is the ideal way to convey specific information about your products. Labels are also used to enhance the appearance, promote your product and make your name stand out from the crowd. Labels can also be used as security seals to discourage theft during delivery.
Our Flexo Label service includes printed self-adhesive labels on a roll, direct thermal labels, barcoding labels, security labels and more.
These label methods are used for high-quality, large print runs and are mostly used for consumer packaging. Whether you’re a courier service needing fragile stickers or a hardware store needing a price tag we offer quality prints with excellent turnaround times.
Thermal Transfer labels
The thermal transfer method is recommended if you’re looking for labels that have a longer life-span. This label is best used for asset tagging, product identification, certification labels, cold storage, freezers and outdoor applications.
DIRECT THERMAL LABELS
Direct thermal printing uses no ink, toner or ribbon and is heat-activated. It is best used for shipping labels, patient and visitor identification, receipts and ticket printing.
Our Digital Label services include promotional water bottle labels, license disk holders, product labelling and more. This label method is used for shorter print runs. If you’re a cosmetic company needing a couple of hundred labels for product packaging or a catering company needing meal labels then this method is ideal for you. No minimum quantities apply to our digital labels.
We supply a wide variety of thermal transfer ribbons including wax, resin and wax/resin for flat head thermal printers. So whether you’re in the distribution, logistics, food, health industries, we have the ribbon you need.
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It is important to note when printing labels, the “economy of scale” theory applies. The more you print, the more economical each label becomes.