Secura Labels Case Studies

We have been happy to assist a customer re-brand some catering pack labeling.

When a (would be) customer of ours needed labels for their new range of bottled beers, they found there were many options in terms of potential suppliers, and like any good company, got several quotes and spoke to many people before deciding on Secura Labels.

We have just seen a very successful run of 106,000 labels print in “full colour” through our Trojan Inkjet Press;

When Salisbury City Council and the British Heart Foundation wanted to add wayfinding to a city walk, but found that traditional nameplates were too expensive, we offered to supply a range of labels as an alternative.

When a Trade customer sent in some engineering drawings we quoted as accurately as we could, somewhat bemused by some of the requests; 4mm hole in backing, 30mm web...

When festival organisers at award winning Bearded Theory needed some routing labels for use in vehicles, Secura Labels were able to provide eye catching designs for festival goers to be happy enough with to stick in their cars, vans & campers, whilst being big and bright enough for stewards to see and direct the vehicles as required.

"We need to save some money on our label spend..."

Secura Labels was recently awarded an order not only on price and quality, but on advice. One food producer had been buying multi-coloured labels on a high spec "PP" material, which we believed to be somewhat over-specified.

When a requirement for some 5,000,000 labels (on rolls of 250) split over 10 kinds and delivered to 640 different addresses came in to Secura Labels there was little panic.

Whilst we supply many RFID "Soft Tags", "Self destruct" and "Void" type labels, many people are aware of these and can find ways around them.