Of all the labels we sell, the simplest always does the best: the custom stickers made from paper. The reason being that they are cost-effective and very versatile. You can buy them in a range of shapes and colours and we print them with single colour or multiple colours… They literally do just about… Continue reading Custom Printed Paper Labels – Our Best Seller!
One would need to have had their head well and truly in the sand not to have seen the furore over food labelling of late. With many supermarkets, not least Tesco, under fire for a range of misdemeanours, the topic has rarely been far from the public eye. Now, experts have even gone as… Continue reading Could more Informative Food Labelling Help People in the UK Make Better Choices?
In today’s busy marketplace, efficiency within a business can make the difference between success and failure. Unnecessary obstacles such as human error, time-consuming stock take and overcomplicated data entry systems can affect the day to day running of a business. Barcodes are a simple and inexpensive means of encoding information in a pattern… Continue reading Why Barcodes make Life Easier in Business
Modern offices and workspaces are becoming more complex at a rate that has never been seen before. As new technology is developed, businesses must constantly upgrade their systems to keep up with the market. Because of this, businesses need to be able to easily identify equipment within their inventory. As a result, security labels are… Continue reading Why your Business Needs Security Labels
Waterproof labels are hugely underrated in our honest opinion. They have a wide range of uses, from highly practical to entirely pointless (but fun), which we’d like to share with you. 1) Kids don’t like wearing life vests. They’re uncomfortable, unfashionable, and, if we’re honest, make anyone who wears one look slightly chubby.… Continue reading 10 Great uses for Waterproof Labels
The barcode is something with which most of us are familiar and which is largely taken for granted nowadays. Its origins and development go back to the middle of the last century