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Labels are now a vital element within all sectors – from retail through to manufacturing, logistics to libraries.

It’s obvious to consider the type of label which you require isn’t it? – direct thermal, thermal transfer, paper, synthetic, plain white, coloured etc – but what about the adhesive you need…? If you’re sticking a label to a retail product – ceramics, gift cards books etc., would it be handy to have a label which you could remove without leaving a sticky residue or pulling off the face of a paper product? This can also be applied to components in window, door, automotive and other precision manufacture. Removing the label improves the aesthetics and customer appeal of any product.

At the other end of the spectrum are permanent and extra permanent adhesives – some are resistant to liquid nitrogen storage – so that’s -160 degrees C, whilst others can withstand total submersion is sea water for several years!

If you have a special requirement for the ‘stickability’ of your labels, drop us a line via email or call us on 0161 408 7555


COVID-19,  July 10th 2020

The Chancellor has now arranged, at cost of around £30BILLION, a raft of incentives and tax reductions aimed at kickstarting our economy. It would appear that the age of austerity is over. Voices from the back benches are warning however, that this is an increasing debt which will have to be repaid…..

In the devolved regions of Wales & Scotland, further loosening now allows households to meet indoors in a single property, self catering (with own facilities) holidays are now permitted and the 5 mile travel restriction has been lifted.

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