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A4 Laser Labels & InkJet Labels

A4 Laser Labels (also suitable for inkjet) in a variety of sizes to suit all your office requirements. Die cut for easy peel with round corners. If you’d rather have square corners (our Butt Cut range) use this link.

A4 laser labels (in paper) are used in many offices and organisations due to the fact that they can be printed on many different types of printer – laser, inkjets, photocopiers etc.

Speciality labels such as those manufactured specially for certain production software suites are available – these are generally paper labels but each A4 sheet comprised of different sized labels to suit the print field – barcodes, safety messages etc.

‘A’ Grade materials are used throughout for both the backing and face papers to ensure jam-free usage. Some times it is necessary to use a different weight of materials to suit certain printers. If you would like us to send you some samples before committing to purchase, we’ll happily oblige – just give us a ring or email us.

Waterproof synthetic labels allow for labelling of goods for external use such as reusable chemical containers.

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COVID-19,  September 2020

Follow this link for the current goverment guidance for England for ‘Working Safely During Coronavirus (COVID-19). The separate guidance for Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are also available linking from this page.

If you are interested in the UK Covid-19 figures showing testing status, hospital admissions, deaths etc., take a look at the UK Government website. For the Global situation, link from here.

Local councils will be now able to shut down businesses and cancel events and government ministers will be able to restrict travel to and from certain areas under new powers.

We recognise that during this pandemic, 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 communities and our brilliant NHS.

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

Peter Williams