What you need to think about 

In previous posts, we’ve focused on required elements for vehicle labels, the importance of having a labeling plan and more. But what about the label itself – the actual material. A traditional, off-the-shelf label isn’t going to be able to withstand the various environments within a vehicle.  

There are several key things you need to consider, including: 

  • What kind of surface will the label be adhering to – metal, glass, plastic, dry, oily, cold, etc.? 
  • What elements will the label be exposed to: outdoor, chemicals, hot, cold, etc.? 
  • What’s the required shape and size? 
  • Does the label need to be permanent or removable? 
  • What’s the optimal imprinting method of information? 
  • Does the material need security features to protect vehicle or customer information? 

We told you, vehicle labeling is complex. That’s why we partner with the Whitlam Group for labeling materials. With more than 60 years of experience, they have the expertise, skills, and processes to provide the best label solution for our customer’s needs. 

Combining our expertise in vehicle labeling requirements, including placement and content, with Whitlam’s labeling solutions means customers can relax knowing their vehicle labeling needs are being taken care of by the experts. Contact us to learn more about our vehicle labeling services and how we can be your single source for all your vehicle label needs.

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