The label holder has a coated surface to allow easy removal of old stickers.
LAKE VILLA, Illinois – ID Label Inc. has introduced Eco Tote Renew, a new eco-friendly, linerless version of its popular tote labeling solution.
Eco Tote Renew is a label holder that applies permanently to reusable warehouse containers.
It has a coated surface that makes it easy to apply and remove barcode tracking labels. There’s no need for scraping off old labels or dealing with the error-prone mess of multiple labels stacked on each other.
“The Tote Renew system with removable labels is brilliant,” said Curtis Walker, a technical analyst with Albertsons.
“It’s easy for us to label and relabel our totes without destroying them or entering bad information into our inventory system.”
Eco Tote Renew is a cost-effective way to track and manage reusable warehouse containers, eliminating the need for plastic sleeves or placards to house labels on totes and containers. With its sturdy construction, it helps extend the useful life of containers and supports interchangeable tote usage among a network of distribution centres.
“In warehousing and logistics, linerless labels are a growing trend,” said Neal Lulofs, ID Label’s chief marketing officer.
“They not only support green initiatives. They’re also easier to apply and they’re safer for workers because there aren’t any slick, discarded liners lying on the floor.”
The label holder’s easy-release surface means there’s no residue, gunk or labor-intensive clean-up. Removing the residue of old labels also cuts down on bad scans that pick up parts of old barcodes.
Because it eliminates need for plastic sleeves or placards it also reduces costs.
Eco Tote Renew can be manufactured in a range of designs, sizes and colors, and can include company logos and other pertinent information.