There is so much variety to be had with plastic barcode labels. Applications include labels for windshields, cables, containers, racks, destructible, metalized, tamper evident and so much more! All feature superior readability and most can be customized to your environment. This is truly your hardworking label that looks great, conforms to any surface and can be stylized with four-color process as well as PMS colors for brand impact. Our options are endless as anything can be customized. That’s ID Made Better®.
EZ-Peel Removable Labels allow the user to remove or reposition the label without leaving a sticky residue.
Metalcraft’s Removable Paint-Mask Barcode Labels have a unique one-time removable paint-mask designed to resist tough manufacturing environments and can withstand temperatures up to 250°F.
An ideal solution for indoor asset tracking, “VALUMARK” Labels are an effective affordable identification solution.
Metalized Polyester Labels are polyester asset labels that have the appearance of expensive metal without the accompanying price tag. These silver polyester labels are digitally printed which allows for crisp, clean company logos as well as consistent, reliable barcode scans.
Metalcraft’s Premium Polyester Barcode Labels provide the flexibility and functionality you need in a basic polyester barcode label.
Make it easy on yourself with easy-to-mark Barcode Cable Labels from Metalcraft.
Ensure proper tracking and return of your reusable containers with a product specifically designed for that application.
Secure valuable assets and deter theft with Metalcraft’s Destructible Labels! Made from a destructible material that tears apart if someone tries to remove it, these labels offer customers a unique way to protect their property.
Do your assets have a habit of disappearing? Discourage theft and keep your property intact with Metalcraft’s Tamper-Evident Barcode Labels. If someone attempts to remove the label, the word “VOID” is left behind on the surface of the asset and the back of the label.
Need a label that works as great as it looks? Metalcraft’s Premium StyleMark Labels are the solution you’ve been looking for! Made from a flexible polycarbonate material with a textured, non-reflective finish, Premium StyleMark Labels look great and work even better.
Need a top-of-the-line label? “CRAFTMARK” Polyester Barcode Labels can’t be beat. Printed using our thickest polyester and a .0035” thick adhesive these labels can outperform any standard polyester label – and with an unlimited color palette they will look better doing it.
Metalcraft's Windshield Tags offer a more accurate and secure way to allow access into various locations like a gated community, company/corporate secured parking or even a car wash. Double-sided registered option is now available.
Warehouse Rack Labels keep your dynamic warehouse environment organized and efficient by helping with storage configuration challenges - making it possible to accommodate numerous products on the move.
Plastic Barcode Labels Resources
Introduction to Barcode: 1D and 2D Barcode Symbologies
A barcode is an optical, machine-readable representation of data that typically identifies the object and/or asset that it’s on.
Even Ben Franklin Knew the Importance of Tool Tracking
“Lost time is never found again.”
― Benjamin Franklin
This quote attributed to Ben Franklin, who, along with many impressive accomplishments, was noted for his wisdom. What he said is as true then as it is today; there are only so many hours in the day and every second that is wasted is gone forever.
Asset Tag Application Instruction Video
There is always a right way and a wrong way to do things and that includes applying asset tags and labels. Watch our demonstration video to make sure your tags will adhere and stay put for a very long time.
RFID Tags or Barcode Labels - Which is the Better Asset Tag Solution?
RFID tags or barcode labels? It's the age old question and depending on who you ask and what their relationship is to that particular tracking technology you will probably get a different answer. My answer - it depends. There truly are many different factors which need to be considered when selecting a tracking technology.