Read later
  • 17 May 2019

Digital label specialist launches design service

Digital label specialist launches design service

Online label printer label.co.uk has launched a new design service for self-adhesive labels on rolls.

Ordering digitally printed labels online is described as an easy, cost-effective option for small businesses and those with short print runs. However, noted label.co.uk, up until now these businesses needed to use a graphic artist to design a suitable label, ready for the printing process.

Using the new design service from label.co.uk, both new and existing customers have the opportunity to have roll labels professionally designed by the same company that prints the labels, which brings with it several benefits for the customer.

This includes inherent understanding of the print process and company’s capabilities, and a one-stop-shop for professional, B2B label printing, from label design to the finished printed product.

A basic design package provides a starting point at a fixed price, with supplementary design concepts, variations and individual graphic designer advice available to add on. Initial information is supplied online with final questions and ideas discussed one-to-one by phone.

Other additional services offered by label.co.uk include a sample book, an artwork assistant to create print-ready files and to have an existing print file checked by the team’s artwork service.

Michael Wey, CEO at label.co.uk, commented: ‘The design service offers an additional premium option for our customers, one that perfectly complements the label printing. We’re confident of the demand and are growing our talented graphics team to meet this anticipated interest. We are looking forward to receiving feedback from our customers and hearing what they have to say.’

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

The Labels & Labeling global editorial team covers every corner of the world from Europe and the Americas, to India, Asia, Southeast Asia and Australasia with all the latest news from the label and package printing market.

See author’s profile »