Tactile labels are specialist labels with raised data specifically to alert visually impaired persons of important information, such as dangerous or hazardous products. By law, packaging for products labelled as toxic, corrosive, harmful or extremely flammable must carry a tactile warning triangle.
We are a tactile label specialist, supplying to a range of industries including chemical, pharmaceutical and vaping. Our specialist account managers are on hand to advise on the correct solution for your requirement.
We provide a be-spoke and printed label service from single to five colour, whether it be for sandwich labels, chemical labels or product labelling, we have it covered. Our expert account managers will find a solution that is right for your business needs.
PAT TESTING LABELS
The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 states that any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury is maintained in a safe condition.
SmartSource are well versed in the supply of PAT Test Labels that indicate the passed status of equipment and test date. Contact the team to find out how we can supply your standard or bespoke requirements.
SHELF EDGE LABELS
Shelf edge labels are mainly used within the retail sector for the display of product pricing and promotional information, although additional areas for this non adhesive label are warehousing, distribution and storage. Whatever your application, we’ve got all the labelling you need to display data, barcodes, product information, offers and pricing.
We supply a wide range of industry standard plain and printed shelf edge labels and our expert team can discuss the customisation opportunities to meet your brand requirements.
Swing tickets are an important part of creating a quality brand identification, whilst relaying key information to customers at point of sale.
We supply a wide range of custom swing and hang tags, in a variety of materials and finishes including recycled board stock, variable card weight, matt or gloss finish, die-cutting and full 6 colour process printing on both sides of the stock.
If you need advice on the layout, format, colours, and dimensions, one of our expert account managers will be able to help.
Barcode and pallet labels are possibly the most widely referred to specific label types (more correctly identified as direct or thermal transfer labels,) and they’re featured on almost all the products you purchase or are utilised in their transportation.
Dependent on the labels use and environment will determine the material specification needed.
Whatever the application and intended use, our vast range of sizes and formats available, will ensure your requirements can be fulfilled.