Sequentially Numbered Clothing Labels
The ability to trace the route taken by their product, pre or post sale, has always been of importance to the fashion industry. When it comes to reducing the impact of crime and theft, sequentially numbered clothing labels have not only enabled companies to monitor and track their inventory, but also contribute to the creation of a safer and more efficient supply chain. We live in an age when supply procedures can stretch across multiple countries, passing through dozens of ports before products reach their intended destination. Designers and retailers can expect to contend with so many stops and starts before their product makes its way to their shelf, with the added risk that their goods may be lost or waylaid at any point. It is therefore imperative that they have a means to track their orders, and clothing labels with sequential numbers can enable this.
Sequentially numbered labels
Clothing labels sequentially numbered are the perfect feature for a barcode-heavy environment, which is how most fashion is handled. Labels with numbers are printed and designed according to specific sequences, providing an instantly recognisable mark.
Our service makes use of individually woven labels that can be designed with a multitude of different digits or barcodes, enabling the previously mentioned tracking capacity. In addition, we are currently the only UK label company capable of offering this number-weaving element as a part of our core services. Other label suppliers will avoid orders which include design requirement, however thanks to our custom-designed weaving machine, we do not share this particular limitation, and can produce a woven label with serial number for a relatively low cost and minimum orders of manageable size. If you would like to find out more about our service, please do not hesitate to get in touch by phone or email.
If you have any questions regarding sequentially numbered clothing fabric labels, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
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