Here's all the places on our website that list more detailed information about our label products.
Along with the sizes available, we include a few bits of key information about all of our ranges of materials and adhesives, to help customers find out more about the labels they are considering buying. We’ve grouped the information to make it as easy as possible to find out exactly what you need to know. So here’s a few things to look out for:
Each material and adhesive we supply has its own range page – a page that is dedicated to information about that particular material or adhesive and lists the sizes we have available in that particular range.
For a handy list of all of our range pages, visit our complete Product List page.
If you’re simply looking at the different options available that might suit your particular application, we’ve included a list of similar label options that share some of the qualities of the labels that you are looking at, but provide an alternative option. For example, if you are looking at matt white polyester labels, the similar labels list includes gloss white polyester and matt transparent polyester labels as possible alternatives.
All of our non-standard paper labels have a specification sheet that contains more technical information about the materials used to make the labels, such as the materials used, the weight and thickness of the labels, the type of adhesive, and the recommended temperatures for application and storage.
The key information about the labels you are looking at, including the material they are made of, the types of printers they are compatible with, the type of adhesive they have, and whether or not they are waterproof.
A little bit more information about the material or adhesive you are looking at, to give you a better understanding of what those particular labels are made of and the benefits of using those labels. This information includes the material and adhesive used to make the labels, the printers they are compatible with, the advantages of using that particular label, and the most common applications of that material or adhesive.
We’ve written about a few of the most common uses for each of our materials and adhesives – so you can get an idea of what other customers are using these particular labels for and also see if the purpose you have in mind just happens to be one of the recommended uses for the labels you are looking at.
A quick list of additional things you might need, including suggestions for alternative labels (that are similar to the labels you are looking at), printing templates, sample request (so you can try out the labels you are looking at), and the specification sheet (where available).
Minimum Order Quantity & Despatch:
For quick reference, we also include the minimum order quantity and despatch estimates that apply to the particular material or adhesive you are interested in.