Bega Label now offering Thermal Transfer Roll Labels. More information is available online at www.begalabel.com.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 10, 2013
Bega Label knows just how important labels are. In fact, just about every industry in the world uses labels of some kind. Now, with Bega Label's new line of high-quality blank sheet labels, companies of all shapes and sizes can rest assured that their products are labeled properly. Bega Label offers a giant selection of standard and custom address labels, laser labels, shipping labels, CD and DVD labels, barcode labels, file folder labels, and can create a customized labels to meet any need.
Bega Label is proud to announce the newest member to their label family: Thermal Transfer Roll Labels. Thermal Transfer labels are used on printers that transfer blank ribbon to paper by the application of heat. For labels with barcodes, or variable numbers or letters, or even short run single black color labels, thermal transfer labels are the most economical solution. Many logistics companies as well as inventory companies use thermal transfer labels to efficiently print out the labels that they need.
Bega Label is known throughout the label industry as a trusted leader with a rock solid reputation for providing the absolute best blank labels, sheet labels and laser labels on the market. Bega Label is also known as the leader in online label sales. The company offers the web’s largest selections of blank labels in all shapes and sizes to meet the needs of any business big or small. Bega Label specializes in custom label orders and bulk orders. Many companies work with Bega Label on a regular basis to create specialized brand specific laser labels for their businesses and products.
Business owners who are in the market for labeling solutions can check out Bega Label’s online resource guide. The online label guide provides in depth information and tutorials on the entire label creation process. The guide offers a wide range of information that is extremely useful for beginners, intermediates and even expert labelers. The resource guide is constantly being updated with new information, tips, articles, and blog posts about the labeling process and customers are encouraged to check it out on a regular basis.
For more information, visit Bega Label at their website, http://www.begalabel.com.