Printed digital labels from Paramount Labels are growing in popularity. A growing number of companies are waking up to the advantages of allowing someone else to print their labels for them. In the past, many companies tried to print their own labels in an effort to save money. However, many of them found that it was not as economical as they thought it was going to be. In many cases on paper, it looked like it would work out a lot cheaper. But, when they actually printing their own labels they came across a number of issues.
Why Buy Printed Digital Labels from Paramount Labels
The main problem was often the quality of the labels that were produced. It is surprisingly difficult to produce good results and do so consistently without top end printing equipment, which costs thousands of pounds to buy. A percentage of the labels that companies print themselves always end up in the bin, because they have printed slightly off-line. They take a long time to print and that means tying someone up to keep an eye on the printer and un-gum it when the printer goes wrong. The printers also take time to maintain. These are all costs people do not really think about when they work out the cost of printing their own labels.
Because Paramount Labels print labels in bulk they benefit from economies of scale. They can print very good quality labels and send them to you for far less than it would cost you to print your own labels.
Paramount use digital printers so can reproduce any design you want. Within reason, they can print your labels in small batches as and when you need them. This means that any size business can use their service and have professional, good quality labels produced and sent to them quickly.
The printing techniques that Paramount Labels use mean that they can produce a huge range of different kinds of labels. They offer plain printed, computer (dot matrix), domed, thermal, hot foil, digital print and A4 laser labels in a wide array of sizes.
To find out more about printed digital labels from Paramount Labels visit their website. Ask them for a free quote or additional advice.