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Kassoy Releases Label and Barcode Product Catalog

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PLAINVIEW, NY – Kassoy LLC has announced the release of its Label and Barcode catalog supplement. The 16-page color catalog was created to commemorate the 30-year anniversary of Kassoy’s Label and Barcode Division. Since 1986, Kassoy has offered a selection of ultrasonic-safe price tags, printers and scanners for jewelry retailers.

Among the products featured in the new Label and Barcode catalog are Kassoy’s turnkey EZStart Packages, new full-color logo tags as well as RFID (radio frequency identification) inventory solutions.

“Thirty years ago Kassoy introduced price tags and labels to the jewelry industry. This catalog is filled with a wide variety of high-quality products to launch us forward for the next 30 years,” says President Joanne Slawitsky.

A PDF version of the Label and Barcode Division Catalog is available online at www.kassoy.com. To request a print version, call Kassoy toll-free at 800.452.7769 or internationally at 516.942.0560. For more information, contact [email protected]

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