Labels and markings

In our range, you will find self-adhesive and hanging labels for printing data, barcodes, as well as logos and other marks. Depending on the individual needs of the customer, we will design the appropriate type of material and adhesive layer.

A wide range of labels finds use in every industry, during production, but also in logistics, trade, or on the final product.

Depending on the type of selected material, adhesive layer, and coloring ribbon, the labels can be resistant to high temperatures up to +1000°C, low temperatures down to -195°C, chemicals, UV radiation, water, dirt, grease, dust, and more.

Product labels:

Used for proper product identification. Contains essential information important for the end customer, such as the manufacturer and product name, logo, composition, production date, barcode, etc. Often serves as both descriptive and colorful marketing branding.

Energy labels:

A specific type of marketing label made in accordance with EU guidelines and other regional standards. Its purpose is to inform about the characteristic parameters that affect user comfort and environmental protection.

Identification labels:

Used for the correct identification of products, semi-finished products, components, or storage units during manufacturing and logistics processes. They allow tracking the movement of the product in specific phases of production and throughout the supply chain, and enable the retrieval and withdrawal of defective product batches from the market if necessary.

Informational labels:

Provide important information or instructions, and can be used in various environments. They function as schematic diagrams, assembly instructions, user manuals, descriptions, etc.
For example, they can inform about product composition, usage instructions, safety measures, or how and where to recycle the product.

Pallet and container identification labels:

Crucial for efficient logistics and warehouse management. These labels ensure that each pallet or container can be easily identified and tracked throughout the entire logistics process. They typically contain a barcode or 2D code, allowing for quick scanning and assignment to the correct location or order.

Shelf and rack labels:

Self-adhesive labels that are an important part of the labeling system in stores and warehouses. These self-adhesive labels are used to label shelves and racks where products are stored. Each label usually contains a unique code and number that allows for product identification and tracking. The labels are designed to withstand common warehouse conditions such as temperature changes, humidity, and mechanical damage.

Security labels:

Also known as tamper-evident labels, are designed to protect goods from unauthorized interference. When attempting to remove, the label’s structure or adhesive is disrupted, rendering the label unusable and preventing reuse.

Types of security labels:

  1. Destructible labels: Break apart when trying to remove them, suitable for electronics like computers or smartphones.
  2. VOID labels: Leave a “VOID” message on the surface, indicating an attempt to remove the label.

Other types include holographic or checkerboard labels.

Marketing labels:

Designed to attract customer attention and inform them about the benefits and functionality of the products. They are colorful, graphically appealing, and often placed on the front or inside of the product. Their goal is to entice the customer to purchase and highlight special offers or competitive advantages. Marketing labels are typically applied with easily removable adhesive, leaving no residue upon removal. They are an important part of product presentation at the point of sale and can significantly influence customer decisions.

GHS chemical labels:

Contain warning words and pictograms that alert to the hazards of chemical substances. They are part of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS/CLP). GHS labels are designed to inform about the dangers associated with chemicals.

CRYO identification labels:

Specially designed for use in laboratories where it is necessary to label samples stored at low temperatures, including liquid nitrogen and ultra-low temperature freezers. These labels must withstand temperatures down to -196°C and ensure that the information remains legible and indelible even in extreme conditions. They are used, for example, for labeling and identifying vials, tubes, metal shelves, aluminum cassettes, X-ray film cassettes, aluminum vials, and aluminum and stainless steel boxes.

Logistics labels:

Designed for labeling products and packages in the logistics chain, commonly used in warehouse management and distribution where variable data such as barcodes, product information, or tracking numbers need to be printed. They are made in compliance with the GS1 standard.

Warning labels:

Special marks or tags used to alert people to danger, risk, or other important information. These labels are often brightly colored and contain pictograms, symbols, or text that clearly signal the given hazard or warning. They are used in various environments, such as workplaces, industrial plants, chemical storage, households, and public spaces.

Inventory labels:

Used for labeling and tracking assets, inventory, equipment, or other items in the inventory process. These labels often contain unique identifiers such as serial numbers, barcodes, or QR codes, allowing for easy and accurate tracking of individual items. They can also contain additional information such as item name, location, purchase date, price, and other relevant data. Used in various sectors including retail, manufacturing, logistics, and asset management.

Address labels:

Used for mass correspondence, containing address and other recipient information such as name, address, or other contact details. These labels are commonly used on packages, envelopes, and shipments to ensure accurate delivery of the respective mail or package. Address labels are used in many sectors, including postal services, e-commerce, logistics, and trading.

Quality control labels:

Attached to products or parts during the manufacturing process to signal their quality and status. These labels can contain information about the production date, batch number, quality tests, approvals, or other relevant data. They are an important tool for tracking product quality and ensuring that they meet established standards and requirements. Quality control labels are used in various industries, from automotive and electronics manufacturing to the food and pharmaceutical industries. Their goal is to minimize defective products, improve customer satisfaction, and ensure compliance with quality regulations and standards.

Equipment legend labels, button labels, and switchboard labels:

Special markings used to identify and label individual devices, buttons, or switchboards within various systems and installations. Self-adhesive labels replace cut metal or plastic plates.

Equipment legend labels:
These labels contain information about functions, types, or other important data regarding individual devices such as switches, connectors, or other electrical or mechanical devices. They are useful for technicians performing maintenance or repairs, as well as for operators for quick and easy identification.

Button labels:
These labels are placed next to buttons and control elements to provide information about their function or purpose. For example, an elevator button might have a label with information like “Up,” “Down,” or “Call Elevator,” helping users to navigate and correctly use the buttons.

Switchboard labels:
These labels are used to identify individual circuits, currents, safety fuses, or other important components in electrical switchboards. Their purpose is to provide clear and precise information. This simplifying problem diagnosis, maintenance, and repairs of electrical installations.

Our products and services


We offer a wide range of labels for various uses . . .


RFID labels, pallet tagging, and identification labels . . .

Functional elements

Double-sided tapes, conductive and shielding tapes . . .

Thermal transfer ribbons

Thermal transfer ribbons such as resin ribbons, wax ribbons . . .

Printers and accessories

Various types of label and card printers, code readers, . . .


We provide professional warranty and post-warranty service . . .

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