A label is more than likely to be the one visible reminder a customer has of you and your product, and this is one of the main reasons why the quality of the label is as important as the data or message that it is carrying. But appearance alone doesn’t define the quality of a label. A label must serve a practical purpose for a specific application, at DataLabel we produce the many custom labels that are used across industry for items such as: product identification, shipment addressing, bar codes, work-in-process, inventory control, pricing, promotional, and many other purposes.
A novel and new way to use a label is to be introduced by The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and John Lewis, who will introduce a product-labeling trial next year that shows the lifetime running costs of household appliances, so simple you wonder why this label has not been in use before now. Earlier trials in Norway have shown that when consumers see the running costs as well as the initial cost of a product they are more likely to buy energy efficient models and now John Lewis is to begin using a label on goods such as washing machines, washer dryers and tumble dryers.
There is a label to suit every product and Datalabel can find the right solution for just about every conceivable problem we have been challenged with. We have an extensive selection of self adhesive labels for example and these can be produces matt, semi gloss, high gloss and direct thermal papers. Add to that adhesives which are available to suit a variety of purposes, whether this is permanent suitable for the most difficult of surfaces to stick to, removable, adhesive labels for freezers product used in the food industry or even if to be used outdoors.
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Asset labelling has become quite common in many work premises as business owners make attempts to label all the items they own. But what are the advantages of asset labels and what is making them so popular?
The advantages of asset labels include:
An Android app has just been released by VisitEngland, which features a built-in QR code reader function.
The company’s popular Enjoy England app, which was previously only available to iPhone users, has seen an upgrade which includes over one thousand suggestions for destinations to visit as well as a Google Maps location result with every search.
We are all familiar with the linear barcode labels found on most products we buy, but Quick Response barcode labels are starting to appear more frequently.
Whereas the linear barcode is considered to be a one dimensional way of representing information, the QR code is 2D, allowing more information to be represented within the same area.
First designed for the car industry, its popularity soon spread to other industries. The QR code allows a greater amount of data to be read more quickly.
Performing routine inventory checks is crucial for retail stores and in warehouses. It involves counting each and every asset within the warehouse or retail store. Inventory checks are mostly performed outside the working hours of business. Managing stock levels is an important part of the retail world.
Doing regular stock checks, organisations can ensure that their business is profitable and efficient. Audits and inventory checks allow organisations to know how many inventory items are available, sold and missing. It also helps organisations to ensure that they do not advertise about goods that are no longer available.
You have probably heard of asset labels. These labels are used whenever there is any labelling work to be done. They are widely used by commercial firms. If you are not using asset labels then it is highly recommended that you begin using them. Here are some reasons why your business should use asset labels:
Marking your office items