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WorldLabel launches LabelsOnTime.com

July 21, 2014

Peekskill, NY, USA-based WorldLabel Holdings Inc. has announced the launch of LabelsOnTime Incorporated, a newly-formed thermal label division that will manufacture and offer end users factory-direct thermal transfer and direct thermal labels on rolls and fan-folded. The new LabelsOnTime Incorporated will also focus on marketing WorldLabel’s PrintPeelApply brand thermal labels offline by developing a sales organization and finding customers in a more traditional way, the company says.

Thermal printer labels for bar code printing are now available for ordering on the website LabelsOnTime.com. More than 150 sizes are stocked in four strategically-located warehouses (California, Illinois, New Jersey and Georgia) as well as several smaller satellite warehouses scattered throughout the US for same-day shipping. Delivery time is 1-2 days to almost every major metropolitan area in the USA, according to WorldLabel.

“We created a modern website based on the concepts of making the design as clean as possible, and as user-friendly as possible for customers to buy online,” says WorldLabel Managing Director Russ Ossendryver. “The site is really crisp and easy to navigate so customers have a pleasant experience. The reason for this streamlined, simple user interface was to attract non-savvy internet users to use something online they would like and feel comfortable with.”

Customers can choose from over 150 standard roll and fan-folded label configurations in either paper direct thermal printable labels or for thermal transfer label printing. “Customers can have the confidence that everything is in-stock and ships the same day,” Ossendryver says. “In addition, configurations are available in both 1- and 3-inch cores for use with heavy industrial printers, as well as for mini desktop bar code label thermal printers such as Zebra, Eltron, Sato, Intermec and Datamax.” Zebra and Dymo compatible labels with a cross reference chart are available.

Samples, testing programs, pricing and special programs are available.

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