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Read on for details of our offer, including our logistics label range, our fit for purpose materials and adhesives, and understanding the difference between thermal direct and thermal transfer.
Whatever goods you are shipping, under whichever conditions, we have a shipping label to suit. We make pallet labels, SSCC labels, destination labels, barcode labels and more. Plus we make all the major courier label designs to suit their specific software requirements. We can also produce customised designs to promote your brand.
Take a look at our product catalogue for our generic, stocked shipping labels. We can also make custom labels to suit your specific needs.
Our logistics labels are made from a high-quality thermal material. This ensures clean and crisp print and excellent barcode scan rates. We offer both thermal direct (heat activated) and thermal transfer (ribbons are used) materials, plus ribbons to match.
We have a range of adhesive options to suit your specific application and environment. This includes aggressive adhesives to ensure the label adheres to a full range of packaging types throughout the entire supply chain.
To learn more about the differences between Direct Thermal and Thermal Transfer, take a look at our blog article Understanding Thermal Labels: Direct Thermal vs. Thermal Transfer. We’ve created a helpful table to explain the basics and compare the two methods.
Our experienced sales team have expertise in solving label challenges and implementing improvements for our clients. We would be pleased to meet with you to review your labelling requirements and identify opportunities for improvement.