Huzzard not only moved to a new, larger location (still in Appleton, Wisconsin), but recently acquired an off-line die-cut / laminator for finishing custom digitally printed labels. Applying a laminate to a printed label is often required to meet compliance demands from UL, CSA, FDA, etc., or, to ensure that the label holds up in harsh environments.

Historically, die-cutting labels off-line in roll form and applying laminate was prohibitively expensive unless labels could be ran in huge batches – but we all know this isn’t always possible for many business cases.  Just-In-Time, Kanban and frequent Engineering Change Orders (ECOs) come to mind.  If your organization has applications that do not go through thousands of the same label each year, or, need a multitude of short-run label designs, turn to Huzzard to provide labels in a way that fits your needs – cost-wise, fulfillment-wise and quality-wise!

 

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The short-run label press that Huzzard uses is ideal for production runs of 1-2,500 labels. These are ideal for rating plate labels, chemical drum labels, and other UL, CSA, and GHS compliant applications.  Whether you need to laminate your existing thermal transfer designs or you need full color commercial inkjet or LED Toner labels printed, you can count on Huzzard.  If you need to update your designs, you can talk with us about that too.  We can create labels with a maximum width of 7 inches, and a maximum length of 15 inches.

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