• November 30, 2022

    Do you produce and ship hazardous chemicals? If the answer is yes, then you need maritime labels. Whether the drum is plastic or metal, painted or unpainted, and regardless of its chemical composition, labels must adhere properly. How do you get it right?

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  • November 16, 2022

    In many cases, these labels are covered by regulations, especially when the product presents a potential safety hazard. What do you do when the product is so small that the necessary information won’t fit on the label? Check out this case study to find out.

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  • November 4, 2022

    It is important to select the right tire label that adheres to your products from manufacturing through shipping. This label must adhere tightly, regardless of any contaminants on the surface, while still being removable before use on a vehicle or other equipment. How do you get it right?

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  • September 21, 2022

    Do you transport parts and equipment in heavy-duty reusable totes? If so, you know how difficult it is to get labels that both stick to these totes and that are easily removable for when you want to relabel them for another journey. Fortunately, Brandmark has two solutions to this "sticky" reusable tote label problem.

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  • August 10, 2022

    These customer-facing labels, called “prime labels,” are a brand’s face to market, and they get all the glory. But how much thought is really given to the “boring” product information (PI) label that lives on the back side of the product, package, or container?

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  • August 3, 2022

    These customer-facing labels, called “prime labels,” are a brand’s face to market, and they get all the glory. But how much thought is really given to the “boring” product information (PI) label that lives on the back side of the product, package, or container?

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  • July 27, 2022

    You’ve just been handed the responsibility of procuring durable goods labels for your company’s products. These labels will go on everything from bicycles and lawnmowers to warehouse shelving. Now what?

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