Labels on a Roll Printed
Labels on a Roll are completely customisable and can transform your customers’ products, or provide promotion on the go. Printed Labels on a Roll are available in a wide range of substrates, shapes, sizes and finishes, and are suitable for manual or auto-application.
Labels on a Roll Printed – cut to any shape and wide range of sizes.
Transform your products with our range of printed labels on a roll. Our labels are completely customisable with a choice between universal paper and semi-gloss, so you can create a bespoke label as unique as your products. Whether you require labels that are writable or removable, suitable for use on plastic or clothing, or suitable for internal or external use, we have a label to suit.
Labels can be any size from 20x20mm up to 1200x320mm and cut to any shape. Labels are supplied on a roll with a 76mm core. Our stickers and labels are made from either paper or polypropylene. Paper labels give a hand-finished effect, while polypropylene is a versatile plastic with high durability. All labels are complete with a protective anti-scratch varnish, so they are guaranteed to last. If you need an even longer-lasting label then you can add a matt or gloss lamination to both our paper and polypropylene labels.
Labels on a Roll Printed Substrates Explained:
View our quick guide to labels on a roll for more detailed information on the range.
Used for printed full-colour multi-purpose labels. It’s a smooth, white semi-gloss, wood free paper with a GMS of 81g/m2. It’s machine coated on one side and calendered. The liner is made from brown smooth paper of 57 g/m2.
It is the most popular material for custom printed labels that are used for short term exposition, and are not exposed to difficult weather conditions such as high humidity.
Paper labels are used mostly on products that are stored in interiors and dry places. Semi-gloss paper is often used for printing labels applied on cardboard packaging, glass bottles and bulk packaging, but custom printed paper stickers can be applied many more surfaces. It is possible to use paper labels on food products. Paper stickers are susceptible to humidity and other external conditions so for the more demanding applications, they may be replaced by vinyl labels. It’s common in the packaging industry.