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AFFORDABLE ASSETS LABELS

  Without labels, your company's assets could be anywhere. How will you know if something essential is gone? Will you
wait until you need it and it's not there? Asset labels are the best way of making sure everything's in its right place, and
they don't have to be expensive or
troublesome.
   
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Welcome to Identificationlabels.com

When we're young, our teachers tell us always to put our name at the top. Unfortunately, it's a habit we lose quickly once we're adults. Identification labels make life easier in a million ways: they make parking systems work; they can help us keep track of possessions like bikes and laptops that are expensive and hard to replace; and they can give us information critical to our safety – would you rather mix two chemicals you found in unlabeled jars to find out what they do, or would you rather just make sure they're labeled in the first place?


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2D asset tags allow users to include a staggering variety of information - from URLs to
contact information to Japanese kanji characters - plus, if part of the barcode is ever torn off or damage, some varieties of 2D code are self-correcting, so they can still be read.
  Aluminum tags are rated to stand up to tough weather for over ten years at a time. Ideal for outdoor and construction applications, these tough ID labels guarantee that information about your assets is only ever a scan away.   Asset tracking used to be the province of accountants, requiring training and expertise. Today, systems for keeping tabs on your possessions are within reach for everyone. Don't let the difficulty of asset tracking dissuade you anymore!
 
 
ID labels for corporate use
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Getting personal with identification labels
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Placing identification labels
Every put a sticker on something, only to find that it came off a week later?...