Labels come in all shapes, sizes and materials.
From roll labels to plastic decals and digitally-printed anodised aluminium barcodes, we offer a huge range of labelling solutions for any application, including challenging outdoor environments.
With almost 50 years’ experience providing bespoke products for all market sectors, our team is perfectly placed to advise on the perfect custom solution for your needs.
Communicate Product Information and Key Functions
Product and equipment labels are important for educating customers about your products and brand, as well as for highlighting key functionality and features.
Your needs might include embossed buttons, selective cut-outs or secret-until-lit windows. We can also provide labels for low production runs and prototype parts without the need to incur tooling costs.
A Range of Materials to Suit Your Application
We stock a selection of quality materials.
- Metal: For the ultimate in durability, stainless steel can be chemically etched and infilled or laser marked to house variable information. Digital printing on anodised aluminium is a similarly robust but highly visual and professional solution, whilst etched and infilled brass represents a traditional, lower-cost solution for certain requirements.
- Plastic: Our range includes polycarbonate, polyester, acrylic and vinyl — suitable for a huge range of environments. Digital printing allows us to incorporate variable information onto all of these labels.
We also offer a range of bespoke roll labels and roll form labels; these can be personalised to include your company branding as well as barcodes, serial numbers or other variable data. Perfect for ease of use out in the field.
Custom Printing Processes, Finishes and Adhesives
With state-of-the-art in-house processes and facilities — the product of almost 50 years’ expertise — all of the labels we manufacture conform to the highest quality management system standards, ISO 9001:2015.
Our digital printing capabilities mean we can reproduce any design and colour combination, including serial numbers or barcodes for asset tagging or inventory management purposes. If you’re working with a higher volume of labels, silkscreen printing might be a more preferable, cost-effective solution.
Our labels can be supplied to a range of thicknesses, shapes, sizes and finishes, such as matt or gloss metallic printed plastic labels.
Adhesives options include fixing holes, self-adhesive or both. Your choice will be dependent on your specific application and the substrate your label will be applied to — our team is always on hand and happy to advise.