Accurate labelling is imperative in today’s global market
Accurate labelling is imperative in today’s global market. Vital information must be accurately translated into many different languages, with local nuances. There are country specific labelling regulations to consider, hence labelling can be a challenge.
In addition, manufacturers are striving to reduce costs and improve efficiency.
Having invested in accurate translations, manufacturers will want to make sure that labels will be accurate, legible and will last.
At Fascia Graphics® we produce high quality labels at competitive prices. Whether your labels need to be anti-microbial or chemical resistant, we will make sure that they will be perfectly suited for their intended environment. If your product is to be exported to the USA, we can also print UL approved labels using the UL logo.
When you order labels with us, you can have confidence that your label requirements will be met to the highest standard, making the labelling challenge that bit easier for you.
24 May 2017
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