Printed barcode labels are central to the retail industry but have many potential uses for other industries. A warehouse or any environment where items are regularly moved around can benefit from using bar codes to help identify and keep track of their products.
Typical applications include: Retail Barcodes, Goods Tracking, Stock Control, Product Labelling, Identification, Warehouse Labelling and ID cards.
EAN retail bar codes - a cost effective way of keeping track of your products
We can print all different types, including the most popular EAN (retail barcodes and code 39 as well as sequentially numbered barcodes).
Printed barcode labels provide a cost effective way of keeping track of your products whether you work in the retail industry or any other business areas. Keeping track of stock or personal files can be made almost effortless with a simple labelling system. This will not only save you time, but will make your company run more efficiently.
Types and uses of printed bar codes
Code 39 - This is an industry standard alphanumeric code
Code 128 - Used mainly in the packing and shipping industries
EAN 8 - An 8 digit retail barcode used where space is limited
EAN 13 - A 13 digit industry standard retail barcode
QR Codes - Used a lot in the advertising industry and can be scanned with a smart phone (find out more about them here: QR Codes in print)
We can supply small, medium and high volumes. Your bar code label can be printed with variable data. Supplied on rolls or on sheets and in a number of colours with special features. We can print them in a number of different sizes and on various materials from white paper to polyester which is much more durable. All of the above will depend on the application of your label.
Orders & Enquiries
All of our prices are bespoke, we do not hold price lists for any of the products on our website. Delivery from approval of artwork is approximately 7 working days although this does depend on the size and quantity that you order.