Our barcode labels are created with a focus on accuracy, quality, and expediency.
The Universal Product Code (UPC) system has been around for quite some time, having been invented by George Laurer in the 1970s. He was also involved in developing the scanning equipment that reads barcode labels. Although George passed away in 2019, his contribution to inventory management and speedy retail transactions is appreciated. At LPS Labels, we recognize one of the most critical aspects of barcode labels is accuracy. Even a small error in the printing process can result in unscannable labels that are quite useless.
Accuracy and unrivalled customer service are two of the fundamentals we’ve held strongly to since our inception in 1985. Our family-owned company has more than 140 years of combined experience in the label printing industry, so it is safe to say we are in this business for the long run. For us, this means always offering the best products we can and staying on top of innovations in the industry, so we can be a valuable resource for your company both today and in the years to come.
Whether you need barcode labels for moving inventory around your distribution center and tracking it through your inventory system or product barcode labels using a UPC for scanning throughout the retail chain, you can count on us for accuracy and expediency.
If you have any questions about our barcode labels or any of the custom labels we produce, including food & beverage labels, food nutrition labels, beer bottle labels, package labels, and more, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We also offer blank labels for in-house printing needs. Call today to learn more.
At LPS Labels, we offer barcode labels for clients in North Carolina, Alabama, Charlotte, Florida, Georgia, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia, and West Virginia.