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Hologram Labels

The word hologram originates from the Greek words ‘holos’ and ‘gram’ meaning ‘whole view’ and ‘written’ respectively. A hologram consists of two or more images arranged so that each is alternatively visible depending upon the angle or perspective of the viewer.

Fix up, look sharp - 4 top tips for maintaining your printer

Like any other piece of equipment, your printer needs a helping hand to stay properly maintained. Part of establishing a streamlined and efficient labelling lifecycle solution is proactive prevention of unnecessary costs and issues, as well as having a back-up plan in place. We outline four top tips for your organisation to follow that will mean your printer will last as long as possible:

The GHS Countdown - Are You Ready?

For many years, the global chemical industry has been struggling with multiple classifications, labels, and Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for the same product from country to country, with different systems being used in different regions.

GHS, CLP, REACH, ECHA - What Do They All Mean?

Chemical Abbreviations - what are they and what do they all mean? Here's a quick guide to help you.

5 steps to getting the most from your labelling process

1. Materials: 3 is the magic numberGetting the right materials for your labelling process is a vital part of your label requirements. There are three elements to this: face paper, adhesive and liner.

Genuine vs. compatible: Which ribbon is right for you?

Genuine vs. compatible: Which ribbon is right for you?

In today’s market, the print quality of labels is crucial to the success of any company. Monitoring and maintaining the printer, cleaning it regularly, and replacing parts as necessary is one of the best ways to ensure print quality.

Security labels

Security labels; Maintaining Brand Protection and helping you avoid Sticky Situations

Whether used for proof of tampering or counterfeiting, security labels are often used by companies across the business spectrum to maintain brand protection.

Do Too Many Cooks Spoil The Broth?

Do Too Many Cooks Spoil The Broth?

We are all familiar with the age old saying ‘too many cooks spoil the broth’ but it doesn’t apply to the kitchen alone. This can also be true of label printing. Many organisations work with a variety of different suppliers for printers, labels, software and maintenance – that is a lot of variables to manage and coordinate! Why not instead work with a supplier than can offer a complete labeling solution and can supply a printer, labels, software and also provide maintenance?

In-house Colour Printing - Is It Right For Your Business?

In-house Colour Printing - Is It Right For Your Business?

Many organisations would like to be able to print colour labels in-house to gain production flexibility, but have kept to the traditional two-stage colour label printing process they know. However, a new to the market print solution has made it a more viable and cost-effective option for medium sized businesses than previously available.