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Isn’t it Time You Made the Switch to Pressure-Sensitive Labels?

At LPS Labels, we know that many manufacturing companies have made the switch to pressure-sensitive labels because of the ease of their application, but if you haven’t yet, we’d love to share with you a few reasons why it might be worth thinking about. First of all, our high-quality labels can be applied either by hand or using the appropriate machinery. This makes them ideal for everything from small home-based businesses up to large manufacturing enterprises.

Pressure-Sensitive Labels

Another reason to consider pressure-sensitive labels is because older machinery that applies labels using water activation or even heat activation is prone to breakdowns and higher maintenance costs. Investing in machinery that affixes pressure-sensitive labels can save you money in the long run and reduce downtime situations that hurt your bottom line. Another benefit of pressure-sensitive labels is that they hold up better in a wider variety of conditions. You won’t have to worry as much about distribution line situations causing your labels to fail. Our high-quality labels do well in heat, cold, and moist environmental conditions.

With our state-of-the-art label press equipment, we can create the ultimate in pressure-sensitive labels for your products and other uses. Whether you need food & drink labels, barcode labels, or even blank labels, we can create exactly what you are looking for. With custom printed labels, you are limited only by your imagination, as we can produce whatever your designers or marketing team comes up with. Call today to learn more about the various label options we offer or to get started with pressure-sensitive labels for your business.

At LPS Labels, we offer pressure-sensitive labels for clients in North Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia, and West Virginia.