Is your business in need of custom labeling services? Custom labels are needed and used in a wide variety of different industries, and are absolutely essential when it comes to organization, transactions, safety, and more. Here are some of the types of labels that we can custom-make here at Golden Valley Products to know about: Custom Labels Minnesota
Roll Stock Labels
Roll labels are labels that are rolled up. Only specialized label printers can be used to print on them (direct thermal printers, thermal transfer printers, or inkjet roll printers). The labels are wrapped around a cardboard spool and inserted into the roll printer. When it’s time to print, the machine feeds the label through, and your printed labels are dispensed one at a time.
Serial Number Labels
Serial number labels are frequently a great asset to businesses who want to trace products as they transit from consumer to business to end user. Previously, though, the labels were costly and time-consuming to make. Fortunately, all of that has changed. Serialization labels can assist your company in tracking assets as well as the repair and warranty requirements for those assets. Customers and staff can have rapid access to manuals and instructions by embedding key information in serial numbers. Make your labels unique to your company and goods. Get the particular, one-of-a-kind information you require incorporated directly into the code.
Data Matrix Labels/QR Code Labels
QR codes and Data Matrix codes are both 2D barcodes that are becoming increasingly popular among manufacturers, but they are used in distinct ways. 2D codes can provide a plethora of opportunities for manufacturers across many industries, from expanding product packaging to express brand messaging to providing alternatives for internal track and trace and anti-counterfeiting procedures.
UID, also known as IUID, is a compliance mechanism designed by the Department of Defense to facilitate the traceability of assets. The technology generates a completely unique identification code for each object, distinguishing it from all others in the globe. The Department of Defense uses Unique Identification (UID) and Item Unique Identification (IUID) systems to track and manage federal assets. To deliver important information to decision-makers, a metal barcode tag with unique information encoded is connected to the asset.