Monday, October 11, 2010

Data Graphics Inc - Custom Labels and More!

Boy, what a weekend. We were so busy running around, doing stuff, the weekend just flew by for us. What about you? How was your weekend? How did you celebrate 10.10.10? From the status updates on Facebook, I can see that many of my family and friends were busy attending weddings. There were so many people getting married on 10.10.10. I was browsing through some photos from the weddings and noticed that the bridal couples these days tend to customize everything! Not only are we talking about candy wrappers or party favors but stuff like decals for the bridal car and heavy duty outdoor signs. Looks like there is a custom label for everything these days!

I was a little curious about how much it would cost or how long it would take to make custom labels, so I went online to read up more about it. I found out that it's actually a pretty big industry. Sure, there are the regular stickers and labels that small time companies and individuals would usually print to promote their company or event. However, custom labeling is more than that. Big industrial businesses uses custom labels for almost everything, from instructions on how to operate heavy machinery to warnings about high voltage electricity and poison. There are also reflective labels for displaying information at night or during dark conditions and aluminum labels which are hard to remove and tamper-evident.

Data Graphics Inc is one of the more well known players in this industry. Having been in the business for 25 years, they know everything there is to know about custom labels. They make custom labels for uses, be it industrial purposes, military specification or commercial applications. With a long list of professional certifications to their name, they also provide 24 hour quotes and fast delivery. So, the next time you are in the market for some custom labels, remember to check out Data Graphics. I'm sure they would be able to help you will all your custom labeling needs.

1 comment:

Twilight said...

Yeah, on 10.10.10 there were TOO MANY weddings in Malaysia and everyone would have at least 2-3 invitations! The most shocking incident that took national attention was the 2 buses that collided after one crashed through the divider at the highway. So many bodies were flung out and ripped apart. Yiaks!