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Winco Labels

Ever wonder how your labels are made? Maybe not. But if you’ve ever had to label odd shaped or irregular surfaces, items that will be exposed to chemicals, moisture, outdoor elements, high temperatures, freezers, really small places, or other harsh environments, you probably thought more about it.

We’ve had some of our customers come to our Nashua facility and were amazed to see just how labels are actually made – right here.

Labels by Winco IDIt starts with rolls of raw material stock moving through a press – similar to the look of a printing press. The bottom of the photo shows the raw stock being pulled up through the cutting die which makes a precision cut in the shape of the final label. The “background” is removed and travels up the press and wound on a separate core. The final labels continue on the liner which will be split cut to produce one-up labels and re-wound on cores to the exact number per roll our customer specifies.

When ordering your labels from Winco ID, you don’t have to be a label expert. That’s what we do. We understand all the elements of the label construction affect the performance of your labels.

And because we specialize in label and bar code systems including label printing, data collection scanners, and software applications as asset tracking, inventory control, work in process, we can help you get the most out of your investment all the way through the process.

Our “World Famous Winco Labels” are used for many of the most demanding applications. For electronics, manufacturing, defense, food, healthcare – there is a Winco solution for just about all labeling problems.

Have a tough labeling application you need some help with or want to see if you are getting the most out of your label printing operation, leave us a comment or contact David Holliday at david@labelingnews.com.

If you’re in the Nashua area, stop by and see us.

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