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A few examples are given here of problems that customers have had, and the ways that we have been able to help them save money.

Problem
We were approached by a computer manufacturer who put a serial number on the case of their machines. They were concerned however that when they sold a number of machines over a period of time to a customer that they could be subject to false warranty claims if a failed component was moved into a machine still in warranty.

Solution
we produced sets of 8 small tamper evident serial number labels each with the same number which could be applied to every component in the computer, so it was easy to see if that component belonged to the computer it was installed in. A years supply of these sets of labels was cheaper than one false warranty claim.

 

Problem
A warehouse containing thousands of maxi bins carrying CDs needed to be labelled, but a straight sequential number was not possible as the label had to relate to the Bay, Aisle and Shelf number, with some bays being longer than others.

Solution
The customer was able to supply us with the database of locations, and we were able to extract the information and print the details for each bay (with a barcode) onto plastic labels for affixing to the maxi bins.

 

Problem
A company manufacturing medical equipment were concerned that hospital staff were adjusting calibration screws on their equipment with potentially dangerous results.

Solution
A Security label which states "If label shows VOID do not use equipment" was made from a material which reveals the word VOID if it is lifted, and was placed over the calibration screws.

 

Problem
A laboratory needed to label samples with a description, but the samples were then frozen and the written information tended to smudge over time.

Solution
"Mark and Seal" labels were made so that when the information had been written the laminate could be applied to protect the writing. Because of the storage conditions a freezer adhesive was used to ensure secure fixing of the labels.

 

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