Tag Archives: UPC price tags

The UPC Barcode Isn’t Dead Yet

Our shopping trends have changed but we still need barcodes. UPC tags and labels aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. Read about the latest trends and why we still need barcodes now more than ever. Continue reading

How to start a Clothing Line from Scratch

One of the most popular businesses is starting your own clothing line. However, this entails much more than knowing how to design clothes. You need to have an understanding of how businesses work, how they’re marketed and what materials you’ll need in order to sell them. Continue reading

Clothing labels with sequential numbers

For tracking and inventory purposes it is very popular to have unique clothing fabric tags. We are often asked to make each label, hangtag or adhesive sticker with a different number or barcode so that a garment or article can … Continue reading

A Tale of Barcode Identity from Factory to Retail Fulfillment Center (EDI)

Written and contributed by: Carl E. Padovano My father is a shoemaker in Guardia San Framonde Italy, a kind man with a thick and ruffled mustache in the style of Victor Emmanuel II. His factory was a flat-topped building where … Continue reading

A guide to understanding barcodes

Quite often clients want the ‘look’ of the barcode without understanding its function and benefits. I can understand that. It makes any product look more main stream if there is a barcode present. Barcodes are used for tracking purposes. They … Continue reading

UPC barcode hangtags and size strips

Retail stores may require more than one type of identifier on their incoming goods from the manufacturer. Some may only require a UPC or GS1 hangtag or sticker. These price tags usually have a variety of information such as style … Continue reading

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RAPID TAG & LABEL COVID-19 UPDATE

Dear Clients, Retailers and Vendors,

We are open and currently working on schedule – However, please note, due to the worldwide impact of the COVID-19 pandemic –You may experience some delays with your orders in the coming weeks. We will keep you updated via direct email if/when things change.

Rapidtags can offer help in the area of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) by printing identification labels for surgical gowns, medical curtains, masks or any other type of much needed supplies. We offer barcoded stickers for identification. Our office in Oakland, NJ is able to print and ship in 1 day.

We are committed to the health and welfare of all our employees. We appreciate your business and patience during this difficult time for everyone.

Please be careful and remain safe!

We can still be reached at sales@rapidtags.com 1-877-438-8247 M-F, 9 am – 5 pm (EST) if you have any questions.

Denise Newton