Industrial Labels & Promotional Labels
IRC's (also known as "instant redemption coupons") use an adhesive backed liner to affix your promotional offer to your package. coupon inserting equipment that inserts in-pack promotions into your packaging.
UL is a global leader in testing, inspection, certification, auditing and validation. The UL Mark is the single most accepted Certification Mark in the North America. You need to be certified to print these labels.
A shipping label/tags is a label which is affixed to the shipping container. Its purpose is to provide all necessary information to all involved parties in the logistics chain in order for them to perform shipping, handling, and receiving of the product in a most efficient way. We can create and print these type of labels/tags.
Static Cling Labels
Static cling is made from a thin vinyl film that clings to various surfaces. Typically, they are displayed on glass windows and doors. However, they can also be displayed on smooth plastic or metal
Roll Fed Labels
Custom printed roll fed labels are a practical and cost-effective way to embellish and brand a product — particularly in the beverage, food, and household product markets. Roll-fed labels are printed on unsupported film or paper, meaning they are non-adhesive.
Consecutively Numbered Labels
Consecutive number labels are perfect for keeping track of equipment, inventory, or other items to make your operations run smoother. Our consecutive number labels (also called serial number labels) are printed on digital presses.
Digital Print Labels
Digital printing doesn't use plates the way Flexo does, but instead uses options such as toner larger printers that do use liquid ink. Digital printing shines when lower quantities are needed; think of a run of 100 Labels vs. 10,000 labels. Another benefit of digital printing is variable data and die-cutting capability. When each piece needs a unique code, name or address, digital is the only way to go. Flexo printing cannot accommodate this need.