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Fabrico Offers Labeling Services for Serialization and Bar Coding

Published on 2014-05-09. Author : SpecialChem

Kennesaw, GA – Fabrico, one of the leaders in design and manufacturing services for flexible materials and advanced assembly, now offers specialty labeling services for serialization and bar coding.

Manufacturers add labels with bar codes and serial numbers to their products to make their inventory control more accurate and efficient. Fabrico’s skilled design engineers can help select the best label materials, converting methods, and application processes to ensure the numbers and codes are durable and remain machine readable. These labels can be printed and applied to electrical machinery, electronics, engines, transformers, appliances, aerosol cans, solar modules, batteries, medical devices, and more.

Using standard or specialty inks, serialized or bar coded labels can be compatible with most high speed application equipment, increasing production efficiencies and cost savings. Fabrico can offer the serialized and/or bar coded labels in various ways, including: blank so the end user can print the variable information on-site, on-demand using a thermal transfer printer; with only static information, leaving room for the end user to print the variable information; with full information based on the customer-supplied spreadsheets.

About Fabrico

Fabrico is one of the leaders in converted materials solutions for the medical market, with experience in a broad range of medical applications, including medical device and diagnostic equipment, disposables, wound care, and packaging. Fabrico has developed a track record of solving unique challenges and providing sound customer solutions. The company offers a wide range of custom fabrication services for the medical market including custom converting; custom laminating and die-cutting; and complex printing and assemblies. Fabrico is located in Kennesaw, GA, USA and is a division of EIS.

Source: Fabrico

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