Packaging Labels – Warning & Instruction Labels For Packaging
Packaging labels play an important role in ensuring that damage to goods in transit, and also injuries to those people handling the goods, is kept to a minimum. Packaging labels can act as reminders to handle goods properly and to warn of any inherent dangers within the contents of the package.
We can supply a wide range of packaging labels, from the standard warning messages like “Glass”, “Handle With Care”, “This Way Up”, “Urgent”, “Fragile”, “Flammable” or “Open This End”. These can also be custom printed up to 9 colours, to match your specific requirements.
To help you reduce costs, we have over various cutters readily available and with our huge selection of raw materials and adhesive combinations, we are confident we can supply the right packaging labels for your needs.
Please send us your packaging label enquiry by email and let our expert staff contact you to discuss your requirements. Alternatively, if you are unsure about the type of labels you need, then tell us about your application, our sales team will recommend you suitable labels with their experiences.
If you”d like information on any of our label products including address labels, food labels or even barcode labels then please get in touch, we are only a telephone call away
Why do we need a warning sticker?
Safety and warning stickers (sometimes call it warning labels) are a necessity for keeping consumers and employees aware of any dangerous situations that may arise. Whether it's unsafe aspects of work equipment or a product itself, clearly identified and legible safety and warning labels will keep those susceptible, aware of the potential hazards.
How do we choose the material?
Below are some options for your choice.
Aluminum Foil – labels made with this material can withstand certain temperatures, are ideal for use indoors or outdoors and are pretty resistant to abrasion. These are ideally used for asset tags, model and serial tags, warning and information labels and for branding. Care should be taken when applying these labels however since wrinkles and creases can form when haphazardly attached to items.
Vinyl – this kind of a material is often chosen when the user wants a label that essentially “floats” off the surface. In other words, this is the material you choose when you want your label to not have a background. These are usually used on glass and other clear surfaces due to this quality. This particular material can also be used for other purposes due to its durability and ability to lie perfectly flat on the surface that it is attached to. This can be used for warning labels, branding and for asset management.
Polyester – this durable polymer is a great material for use in making labels that are to be exposed to harsh conditions. These are often chosen by those who know their labels will be subjected to rough handling, hot and cold temperatures, chemicals and other similar substances and conditions. These are resistant to abrasion, UV rays, water and a whole lot more. Due to its durability, you will easily find labels using this material used on machinery, as warning tags, as instructional labels and many more.