For placing orders, we do not have an online form. I prefer to talk to you on the phone or by email first. This ensures that we’re on the same page and that all questions are answered personally.

Asset/Inventory Labels - Custom

Fixed asset labels, Asset tags, Inventory labels, Inventory tags, stickers

Our custom fixed asset labels/inventory labels are made to order and are printed using either our aggressive adhesive vinyl, silver mylar or super aggressive pit bull adhesive vinyl.

They can be printed with or without UV lamination depending on whether or not you will be using the labels outdoors or in a harsher environment.

As with our other labels, there are no set or die cutting charges. Labels can be printed to just about any shape or size. Sequential numbering or bar coding is included at no extra charge.

Most orders are printed in just a couple days once the proof is approved. Orders are usually supplied on sheets, but larger sizes/quantities may be supplied on rolls.

Since these labels are printed custom to order, they are also priced to order. There are no minimum quantities, but there is a minimum charge. Below is pricing based on a 2×1 or smaller label printed 1 to 2 colors with or without lamination on silver mylar aggressive adhesive vinyl or pit bull adhesive vinyl.

MaterialUp to 1002505001000
UV Laminated Vinyl$100$175$250$350
UV Laminated Pit Bull Adhesive Vinyl or Silver Mylar$125$225$300$400

Call or email for pricing on sizes over 2″ x 1″ or quantities over 1,000.

We are limited to what we can do with logos and color matches. If you have a logo or need a specific color we will need to see it first to determine if we can do it or not.

Asset/Inventory Labels - Custom

For best adhesion, it is recommended that you apply the labels with form pressure to a clean surface (91% isopropyl alcohol works best) I know most people wont go to that extreme, but if there is any dirt, grease, fingerprints on the surface, it could affect how well the labels stay on. On most surfaces, the longer the labels are on, the better they will stick. Remember though, they are just labels. If someone wants to take them off they will come off.