Label Maker and Label Printer Are New Products Now Being Offered Through Facility Label Printers

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Industrial facilities and offices around the nation can benefit from making professional in-house labels to increase productivity due to safety issues.

LabelTac 4

LabelTac 4

Starting up a new business is financially difficult but Facility Label Printers made is easy for me to rent a printer so I could make my own labels.

The #1 Rated industrial label printer is now available through Facility Label Printers. The LabelTac 4 system is the printer all modern businesses will want to have to assure professional results for an in-house safety, 5S or lean program. LabelTac4 label maker is the easiest way to print indoor and outdoor signs and labels. The labels are perfect for any environment and can resist UV, chemical, weather and water. They are wear-resistant and won’t fade or smear over time like some other brands will. Small and large companies can benefit from the cost-effective way of printing labels in-house. The label prices are a fraction of the cost of pre-printed or outsourced labels with no shipping fees or waiting time to receive labels in the mail. Renting is an option with no commitment and no maintenance fees. And the good news is that rental fees can go towards the purchase of the printer. As one small business owner commented, “Starting up a new business is financially difficult but Facility Label Printers made it easy for me to rent a printer so I could make my own labels.”

Making labels in-house from scratch is made easier thanks to Facility Label Printers. The maker ships with all the templates and symbols customers need to get any job completed in a fraction of time. The LabelTac 4 connects with almost any Windows-based program such as MS Word, OpenOffice and Excel. And if consumers do not already have a word-processing program, Facility Label Printers has taken the worry out of the equation by including the popular and incredibly easy to use Bartender label creation software.

Companies can now start increasing safety numbers and reducing lost productivity time due to accidents by labeling hazard zones and identifying harmful products. They can also "beef up" safety programs by using labels as required by OSHA and others.

For more complete information about these products and others, please visit or call toll free at 1-877-356-6584. They have professionals ready to answer all questions and help with all business needs.

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