Labels & Ribbons
Barcodes are a representation of data generally used to track items and provide crucial information at the point-of-sale. The data is represented by vertical bars with varying widths and spaces which are referred to as 1 dimensional and 2 dimension barcodes. Consecutive numbering is conventionally used for tracking purposes such as inventory control, asset identification and revision changes. Variable printing is a form or printing in which the information on each label can be manipulated throughout the printing process.
We offer Tamper-Evident labeling solutions to protect your product against security breaches. We offer materials that are uncommon in today’s highly specialized market. These labels leave behind evidence of tampering if removed. Some of the features we offer are:
- Void labels
- Destructible Film
- Special Security Die-cut
QR (Quick Response) Codes are a two-dimensional matrix barcode that can store large capacities of information. We can print an array of barcode formats in both consecutive numbered and static.
We manufacture custom printed tags used in common applications such as product identification, inventory, processing, and cartons. We can produce custom tags based on the customer’s requirements. Whether it’s to identify a product or communicate a message, we can tailor to your exact requirements.
- Blank and Custom Printed Tags in all sizes and a large assortment of colors
- One or Two Sided Multi-Color Printed Tags
- Multi-Part, Continuous, Fanfold and Computer Pin-Fed Tags
- Wires and Cotton or Elastic String
- Perforations, Knife Slits, Custom Holes, Apertures and Die Cutting
- Multiple Position Consecutive Numbering
- Adhesives, Transfer Tape & Mylar Stripping
- Standard Fiber Patch and Zinc or Brass Metal Eyelets
Below is a list of specialty products we offer:
- Static cling
- Laser sheets
- Lightweight carton
- Subsurface printing
We manufacture both paper and film pressure-sensitive labels. Pressure-sensitive refers to the amount of pressure needed to apply the adhesive to the application or surface. Pressure-sensitive labels are generally applied by hand or applicator.