We’re very much looking forward to our debut appearance at Ecobuild in March and preparations for the event are well underway. Ecobuild is a key event in the construction sector calendar, aimed at “inspiring, informing and connecting the entire built environment with solutions to build better communities”. The event attracts over 33,000 construction professionals, from architects to […]
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of our dear friend and colleague, Gordon Dunn who died peacefully on Sunday 15th January 2017 in the company of his loved ones.
IML has an enviable reputation for excellent customer service (which we are extremely proud of!). Whether you need 100 or 100,000 labels you can expect a good experience. Here we share 5 things to expect from a good label supplier.
Discover our range of superior heavy duty labelling solutions here.
Our HLS product enables our horticultural customers to design and print their own labels in-house.
We’re experts in manufacturing and supplying labels which can withstand extremely high temperatures. Read on to find out more about these specialist products.
Concrete is the most widely used material, by volume, in the modern world. It is used twice as much as any other material in the construction sector. The pioneering builders of Ancient Rome discovered how to cast rudimentary concrete products for constructing tunnels, roads, aqueducts and other infrastructure projects. But how do you go about labelling this difficult material?
We’re experienced label suppliers to the Waste Management and Recycling industries. Over the years, we’ve realised that creating bin labels which are informative, design-conscious and able to withstand the test of time is a delicate balance.
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If you’re unsure about taking your label printing in-house, this post could help you to reach a decision. Here we’ll explore some of the potential benefits of printing your own labels.
We’re extremely excited to announce the latest addition to our chemical labelling range – the NeuraLabel 500e. This high speed laser printer has been specifically designed for printing GHS-compliant chemical drum labels.
On 1st June last year the deadline for implementing GHS (the UN’s Globally Harmonised System for Classification and Labelling of Chemicals) became mandatory and universally recognised pictograms, hazard and precautionary statements were introduced. How have things gone over the last year?
Tracey Gittins (Purchasing Officer) – Caparo Wire, Wales
I have enjoyed a long-standing and fruitful working relationship with Dura-ID Solutions. Their staff are extremely knowledgeable in the field of industrial labelling. They are professional, efficient and willing to go the extra mile to help. Dura-ID prove time and time again that they know our market and continue to offer advice on the development of new products.