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For nearly all storage, mailing, identification, or office needs, there’s a label. Our selection encompasses several sets and types extending from personal to business uses, transparent to full color, and blank to fully customized with unique graphics. With a variety of products and custom services, Printez has all your label needs covered!
Why repeatedly write your return address on letters and bills when you can simply and conveniently stick on a label? Because of the popularity of address labels, we cover a broad spectrum of tastes and types. Find mailing and address labels for your business, and sets for home and personal uses. All clearly display your name and address on a white or colored background.
Beyond basic mailings, labels are essential to several businesses, including retail establishments and offices. Pricing is a necessity for many stores, and we offer the right formats. But, as labeling needs vary, don’t feel confined by a specific format or text. With rolls and sheets of blank labels available, our selection considers your flexibility and varying demands. To organize, price, or ship without text or number restrictions, write on or print out a set in accordance with your expectations.
From checks to forms to envelopes, Printez provides all stationery and documents for improving business and personal efficiency. For even better streamlining, why not couple your order with a set of personalized, customized, or blank labels?
History of Printing Labels
It is interesting to note that the first labels created aimed at catching the eye of the customer. They were in fact used as a marketing tactic to make sure that the customer was attracted towards the product that was labeled. Label tags have been used to identify products since the 1880’s. Gum was used to stick the label to the product or produce that was being marketed. The use of these tags in business really started in 1930.
Entrepreneur R. Stanton Avery was the first man to start a business of creating label tags in the 1930’s. The label came with a coat of adhesive layered on to one side on which a lining of silicon coating was added. The pressure sensitive labels continued to exist and are a part of our daily lifestyle today.
The fortunes of the labeling industry changed drastically when inkjet printers were introduced in the early 1980’s. Individuals started to print tags on their own. Label templates started to appear in Microsoft Word as a format so that labels could be created and printed easily on an A4 size paper. Over time, businesses started using laser printing to print label tags quickly and easily. It was felt that a large amount of cost could be saved by printing in-house label tags.
However, the industry has taken another turn of late. Businesses realized that simple labels were just not attractive enough. The need for printed tags that looked professional and attractive was felt. At the same time, accountants in business realized that economies of scale could actually bring the cost of printed label tags down if they were out-sourced.
Today the label printing industry has a large variety of label tags that companies can choose to create. These include those for advertising, collection, music, shipping, return address, pricing and more. In fact companies can even ask for label tags in various kinds of shapes and sizes to ensure that their label is unique.