28 Limestone Street
Darra, QLD 4076
Phone: +61 7 3712 9999
3 Dolerite Way
Pemulwuy, NSW 2145
Phone: +61 2 8123 1400
Melbourne Sales Office
Pat: +61 413 126 168
Ness: On maternity leave
Phone: +61 7 3712 9999
24 Hannigan Drive
Saint Johns, Auckland 1072
Phone: +64 9 574 3999
48 Waterloo Road
Sockburn, Christchurch 8042
Phone: +64 3 349 5299
Covid-19 update 20 May 2022 | We’re open at all sites as we continue to supply businesses across NZ and Australia.
We have fit for purpose materials, flexible supply options, and both custom and stock labels available.
Thermal labels are ideal for overprinting variable information such as price, weight, use by dates and nutritional information. We understand the unique requirements for each application and environment. Our labels are compatible with all major scale brands and we have options for both manual and automatic application.
We have an extensive range of direct thermal paper and film materials which can be custom printed to suit your weigh scale labeller requirements. Our materials have been selected to provide superior barcode scan rates, print quality, label durability and security. Syntherm® is our exclusive synthetic direct thermal material that offers superior thermal imaging for 100% barcode scanning and excellent high speed automatic application.
Our adhesive options include removable, repositionable, permanent, chiller, freezer, water wash off and our specialty cold temperature product SQR007.
We only source and supply thermal labels that are free of BPA and BPS, and free of phthalates. Plus our paper thermal label materials are chain of custody certified.
We can make custom retail labels or we offer a range of generic, stocked items.
You can view the full range of our stock labels in our product catalogue. These cover the most popular sizes and applications and are available for despatch within 24 hours of order placement.
We have a flexible mix of technologies to print custom retail labels. Nothing is too big or small, with digital being ideal for short runs and flexo to efficiently print long runs.
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 product catalogue is where we showcase our latest range of generic, stocked labels, tags and ribbons for your review.