How can a potential customer learn more about the specific products offered by InSpec Labeling? InSpec is proud to offer a comprehensive consultation service to each of its potential customers. Before this consultation, we review each company and what they manufacture in order to present them with product options that are applicable to their workplace. In many cases, InSpec is able to go above and beyond our current product listing in order to customize labels and packaging which address specific concerns of each customer. Read on for a list of some of our more popular customer products:
These tags are normally 7, 10, 12, or 14 points, printed on coated one-side card stock called c-cards. InSpec can customize these cards up to 18 points, offer up to 11 colors, and provide embossing and die cutting functionality.
In a Critical Tracking Event, complete transparency into your entire supply stream is crucial. Produce and Product Traceability provides detailed end-to-end tracking of your entire inventory, from pickup to delivery, in every corner of the world.
Have a specialized packaging challenge with digital printing requirements and unique applications? Need to adhere to FDA or other legal mandates? Does your labeling require special liners, adhesives, face sheets, complex patterns, detailed punch holes or shapes, or flexographic printing? We’ve developed unique engineering and unparalleled design options to create beautiful specialty labels with reliable accuracy.
Protect product safety, preserve freshness, prevent counterfeiting with Tamper Evident Labels. Inspec’s customized label printing furnishes unique designs that look just as beautiful and professional as the rest of your packaging.
For customers that need to package liquids or solid material that is separated into numerous small pieces, flexible packaging such as bags and pouches is essential.
InSpec has the capability to produce shrink sleeve labeling which is produced using 360 degree training. Labels are seamed and shrunk to fit the product’s dimensions.
Radio frequency identification, while in use less commonly today, is still necessary for some of our customers, and we have RFID capability to meet their needs.