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Prime Labels and Labelling

Supplier: insignia

Labels are insignia’s business. A leading Australian labeling systems company, insignia is continually sourcing the best quality labels the world can offer for all industry needs.

Price Guide: POA

Therefore insignia understands that labels have a unique role as a product’s data carrier. This information ranges from bar codes to variable information and branding. Some information carried by a label is crucial and it is important that the right choice of label is made. To be viable, bar codes must remain readable, batches traceable and branding distinguishable.

The conditions of storage, shelf life and user-specifics need to be understood when choosing labels. For example, labels for use in cold rooms require a different adhesive than those that will be sitting in all weather conditions like docks and wharves. If a label is only temporary, then the label needs an adhesive that can be easily removed without damaging the product.

insignia knows labels. Their expert industry knowledge can make sure the right label with the right adhesive is used. There is no point paying for expensive adhesive labels that are good for 2-3 years when the shelf life of the product is less than 6 months.

insignia prints and designs labels for diverse industries like: food and beverage, chemical, transport and logistics and understands the different labeling requirements for each industry.

The pre-press production team brings trade-specific expertise to all the critical aspects of superior label manufacture with state of the art flexographic printing.

insignia provides inhouse printing for ultra fine or brand labels as well as black and white labels usually found on the outside cartons with identifcation like barcodes, shipping and storage information.

Brand labels are quality labels with spot or process colour printing. They can be coated with laminates or lacquers, printed on a roll or fanfolded.

Quality labels don't have to cost you more...