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Asset Management Labels
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Asset Management Labels

Asset Management Labels make it simpler to manage your organization's valuable assets. Adding barcodes to your asset management labels is a simplified and cost-effective solution to track your assets like mobile phones, machinery, electronic equipment, appliances, and tools.

Barcodes streamline identification and help you distinguish your assets from other similar products. The cost of adding a barcode to your asset management labels is minimal, but the benefits are potentially great.

Flexible Asset Management Label Solutions

We make our asset management labels with high-contrast, accurate printing on flawless stock to give you the ultimate in scanability. With over 140 stocks in our inventory, you can have barcodes coded and/or custom printed on almost any kind of material, on any size label, in up to seven colors.

Your label can also be any shape you want. We have over 7,500 dies in our inventory from which to choose! Another option, depending on the application and what material they will be applied to, is the adhesive, which come in many variations of permanent and removable.

Should we not have the stock you are looking for, our Technical Service Team will help you identify the best stock to use for your application, special order the correct material, and forward a sample for testing if requested.

Barcode Options

We can print your own design on the asset management labels, plus a bar code or leave a space for on-site coding. The bar codes we have available are static (the same number on each piece) or consecutive (sequential from piece to piece).

Static UPC coding may be added at no charge, but consecutive bar coding is priced on a per-job basis. Please ask for a quote.

We will print Human-readable numbers unless otherwise specified.


  • What type of code is required (UPC - Code 3 of 9, etc.)
  • Which characters to encode
  • Do you need Static or Consecutive asset management labels
  • Should human-readable numbers be printed above or below the Bar Code
  • Dimension of the Bar Code

Type of code desired
What characters to encode
Static or consecutive
Whether human-readable numbers printed above or below the bar code
Size of the bar code

Type of Code Typical Application Characteristics and Limitations
UPC (static only) Retail and food pricing and inventory control Self-checking
Fixed length
Numeric only
Reads bars and spaces
Check digit is standard
Code 3 of 9 Part identification (e.g., automotive, pharmaceutical, airlines) Alphanumeric
Reads bars only
Variable length
Check digit available
High-reliability scanning
Low-to-medium information density
Interleaved 2 of 5 Inventory control and warehousing (e.g., air transport, electronics, automotive) Self-checking
Numeric only
Variable length
Must have even number of digits
Reads bars and spaces
Check digit available
High-reliability scanning
Requires accurate printing
Codabar Tracking and tracing (e.g., shipping companies, libraries, photo labs) Reads bars only
No check digit
Numeric only scanning
Requires accurate printing
Requires large bar code area
Large size for remote scanning
Code 128 Sophisticated tracking and tracing (e.g., healthcare industry, membership organizations, libraries) Alphanumeric
Variable length
Complex coding can lead to data entry errors
Highest information density
Reads bars and spaces
Check digit available

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