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Consolidated Label launches new website



Published February 5, 2014
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Consolidated Label Company, a Florida-based label manufacturer, has launched a new version of its website http://www.consolidatedlabel.com. The new site features an enhanced design and added tools to help visitors better understand the complexities of custom labels, shrink sleeves and flexible packaging. With its simplified navigation and content-focused design, visitors will have an easier time searching and finding information on various label topics. One of the more notable improvements to the website is that it can be viewed on any device whether it’s a computer, tablet or mobile.

The quality and availability of information throughout the website were top priorities for Consolidated Label. Educational content – like label articles, guides and videos – were created in various formats to help visitors better answer their technical label questions. “We designed the website to be a one-stop-shop where new and experienced buyers can use our interactive tools and resources to achieve their label goals,” says Joel Carmany, president of Consolidated Label.

Along with the website’s informational resources, features like the art upload tool, quote and account management system have been redesigned to be faster and more user friendly to improve the ordering experience. In addition, customers now have the ability to access their account on any device allowing them to view their information anywhere at any time. Within their account, customers can view and approve artwork proofs in real time, track multiple orders, search order history/past labels, manage privacy settings for multiple users, and much more.

“This website is different from our previous versions as we factored in much more user experience and tools into building every aspect of the website. We feel this website will help us stay competitive in our industry,” adds Carmany.


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