When it comes to Shipping Labels, everyone knows how important they are. Suppliers want to have their product cartons labeled and printed correctly for their customers. Shipping labels are used for special handling instructions or order information. MPI offers several solutions when it comes to helping you find the correct shipping label and design to be used in your shipping department.
Many wineries, especially small, boutique wineries love the look of direct decoration on their wine bottles. Whether it’s etched, heat-transfer, or silk-screened, there is really no disputing the look it conveys to the consumer. They like how their brand image seems to be a part of the bottle.
Direct Thermal labels are often used with thermal printers. One advantage is that the labels do not use ribbon for printing. The label material is treated so the printhead can burn the image directly on to the label.
Pressure sensitive labels are one of the most popular and widely used labels today. They can work with single label applications or for front and back labels. The PS labels can be printed up to 10 colors and 20" wide.
A pressure sensitive label consists of a face stock material (paper or film), a pressure sensitive adhesive, and a release liner. The backing can be peeled off and the labels are applied permanently to another surface.
QR is short for Quick Response. It is a two-dimensional barcode where you can put a lot of information in a small space. To be able to scan it, you need a QR scanning application on a mobile phone. The tag allows large amounts of information and gives the opportunity to showcase your business.
Tamper evident labels / stickers show visible signs of meddling, such as a revealed message or a broken seal. More companies are now focusing on tamper resistant labels for their products. Recalls are examples of the seriousness of product tampering. It has really become an issue where every industry is affected.