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A4 Laser Labels – Die Cut

A4 Laser Labels

A4 labels for all organisations and uses….

A4 labels are needed by most offices and commercial organisations at some time and it makes sense to save money where you can… Our die cut A4 labels are suitable for use in standard laser printers or inkjets. Packed in boxes of 500 sheets – this works out much cheaper than buying them in smaller boxes. The labels are die cut with rounded corners which makes them easier to peel and they transit through your printer smoothly. Priced really competitively, these are with you in a couple of days. They are available in the following sizes (all on A4 sheets). Some are compatible with Avery sizes and there are some of our own! Please see our other pages for A4 Coloured Labels and A4 Peelable Coloured Labels. There are also weather-proof and chemical resistant polyester labels.

1 per page – 199.6 x 289.1 (Avery compat. L7167)

2 per page – 199.6 x 143.5mm (Avery compat. L7168)

4 per page – 99.1 x 139mm (Avery compat. L7169)

6 per page – 99.1 x 93.1mm (Avery compat. L7166)

8 per page – 99.1 x 67.7mm (Avery compat. L7165)

10 per page – 99.1 x 57.3mm (Avery compat. L7173)

12 per page – 63.5 x 72mm (Avery compat. L7164)

12 per page – 99.1 x 42mm

14 per page – 99.1 x 38.1mm (Avery compat. L7163)

16 per page – 99.1 x 33.9mm (Avery compat. L7162)

18 per page – 63.5 x 46.6mm (Avery compat. L7161)

21 per page – 63.5 x 38.1mm (Avery compat. L7160)

24 per page – 63.5 x 33.9mm

36 per page – 48.9 x 29.6mm

40 per page – 45.7 x 25.5mm (Avery compat. L7654)

65 per page – 38.1 x 21.2mm (Avery compat. L7651)

COVID-19,  March 31st 2020

As you must be, we are constantly monitoring the rapidly evolving virus situation with the intention of keeping you, our valued customer supplied, as best we can.

At the moment, we have good supplies of paper to satisfy our label clients and also of ribbon for all clients using thermal transfer printers. Many of you who are using these products, are involved in essential supply chains – food, pharmaceuticals, vital equipment manufacturing & logistics.

We recognise that you will have adopted some very different work patterns – such as how you receive goods and paperwork etc.

We want you to know that we will work closely with you to fall in-line with these new practices, so that we can help to minimise the risk of infection thereby helping our society and our brilliant NHS.

Wishing you and all your families the very best in these highly challenging times.

Peter Williams