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Weber launches new e-commerce site

March 29, 2010

The new website comes in response to increasing customer interest for online purchasing.

In an effort to provide a convenient way of purchasing labeling supplies online, Weber Marking Systems has launched, a new website offering a wide range of blank labels, thermal-transfer printer ribbons, and name-brand label printers.

According to Tom Michalsen, Weber’s marketing director, a growing number of the company’s current and potential customers have expressed an interest in purchasing labeling supplies from Weber directly over the Internet. “Many of our customers today are interested in obtaining standard labeling products and supplies online,” he says. “We think that our new site will provide the kind of e-commerce experience that they’re looking for.” is featuring hundreds of labeling supplies, including a wide range of blank thermal-transfer and direct-thermal pressure-sensitive labels; a broad selection of thermal-transfer printer ribbons for Datamax, SATO and Zebra label printers; plus direct-thermal and thermal-transfer label printers from Datamax and Zebra. provides an enhanced online shopping-cart experience that makes it easy to identify and order labeling supplies through the use of a credit card transaction.

Weber Marking Systems, with world headquarters in Arlington Heights, IL, USA, has sales offices and service locations throughout the US, as well as full-service operations in Canada, Australia, Europe and Asia.

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