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Allen-Bailey Tag & Label unveils new website

May 28, 2013

Customers can now upload their art directly to the website or for larger files, upload it to a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) site.

Allen-Bailey Tag & Label, Inc. recently unveiled its new website,, which now highlights its main markets and popular product styles. The project was completed to make the website easier to navigate, more user-friendly, and product information more readily available. The website was designed by MG Lomb Advertising, Inc.

With the updated site, customers may now upload their art directly to the website or for larger files, upload it to a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) site. According to the company, this ability will make it easier for the customer to submit artwork, allowing proofs to be produced quicker and speed up the production timeline. 

Allen-Bailey now provides information on most markets they serve, ranging from agriculture to wire and cable, complete with the typical styles and applications of tags and labels used. Images of samples line the pages to demonstrate Allen-Bailey’s ability to create custom tags and labels for any job. They also offer the Avery Dennison line of labelers and fasteners, as well as IIMAK’s thermal transfer ribbons.

Located in Caledonia, NY, USA Allen-Bailey provides custom identification products to customers all across the US, and into Mexico and Canada. Allen-Bailey Tag & Label has been in business for over 100 years, starting back in 1911 when they manufactured wooden nursery tags. A complete timeline of the company is available under the “About” tab on the new website.

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