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Arch Crown Releases 2017 Tag & Label Plus Bar Code Technology Catalog

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(Press Release) Arch Crown has released its 2017 Tag & Label plus Bar Code Technology Catalog.

The 48-page catalog features over 100 styles of stock, pre-printed and custom printed tags and labels, plus a full-line of bar code technology products.

Poly-Lam thermal transfer computer string and barbell style tags are stronger than polyester and Kimdura and provide superior print quality — text and bar code images will not rub off. New TT306C Clear-Tail tags with clear adhesive-free loops are available in gold, silver and white. New TT380 Narrow-Tail tags (50 percent thinner than TT360) with adhesive-free loops are available in gold, silver, white, yellow, green, blue, pink and orange.

Arch Crown’s bar code packages includes everything you need to print and scan bar code tags using your own computer. DataTagger and BarTender label design software for Windows offers benefits of thermal transfer printing to businesses that currently do not have bar code printing capability.

Custom molded tags are useful for that special presentation. Durable plastic molded relief tags say “exceptional quality” about the jewelry on which they’re attached.

Avoid unnecessary returns with tamper-resistant, Secure-Lock ‘Not Returnable If Removed’ molded tags, which are ideal for internet sales. Once closed, the tag cannot be re-opened unless the cord is cut, helping to minimize unauthorized returns.

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Molded tags are available in many custom and pre-printed styles. Free tech support is available from authorized factory trained technicians.

For free samples and the new catalog, call 1-800- 526-8353 or visit: www.ArchCrown.com.

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