Product Spotlight for April 28, 2019
Do you need more data on your labels than you can fit? Our wrap around expanded content labels are the perfect solution!
We print the static content on the underside of your labels (like directions or ingredients) and you print the variable data on the top side. Presto! More data!
This label wraps around the product and then onto itself. We use a special adhesive that allows a user to unwind the label and read the additional content.
This is similar to one of our other solutions: a booklet label. However, a booklet label is much more expensive to manufacture and is difficult to auto apply. You can run wrap around labels through all thermal transfer printers. Additionally, you can also set it up to be automatically applied using your existing labeling equipment.
The wrap around labels give your company the ability to print your own extended content labels on demand. This is the perfect solution for companies that have regulatory and compliance information that will not fit on a single ply label. It is a simple way to add content to your existing label printing process without changing your manufacturing process. There is very little additional setup costs.
Wrap Around Expanded Content Labels Are Perfect for Many Industries
This wrap around label is designed to work with ampules, vials, and round containers.
Use these labels in:
Some of the benefits of a wrap around label include:
- Labels can be up to 14” long
- Increase content on your labels by 1000%
- Cold Chain adhesive of -28 C to -80 C
- Smoothly wraps around a small vial or container
We are happy to provide samples upon request.
Send us an Email or give us a call at 888.972.5234 for more information.
About PaladinID LLC
PaladinID develops and supports high-performance bar code labeling applications. We work with our clients to “Make Your Mark” by providing the expertise and tools necessary to create an entire product label printing solution. Located in central New Hampshire, PaladinID has been serving Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New England, and beyond for over 30 years, and in 2017, became an RFID-certified company.