Pre-Printed Barcode and Blank Labels
Offering these services since 1986, we have assisted clients Australia-wide in warehousing, manufacturing, mining, museums, libraries and hospitals. With short runs and fast turn around available for our Barcode label die-cutting and printing services, we make it easy to get the results you need.Find Out More
a little about us
Our first and foremost include first use of Barcodes for Asset Management in Australia (1982), first use of Barcodes for Museum Objects (in the world – 1986), first use of Spread Spectrum Wireless (today this is called Wi-Fi) in Australia for Barcoded Inventory Warehouse Management (1992). We continue today seeking smarter ways to use Barcoding and not having to work harder. Staff of B&DCS, as an Associate Alliance Partner of GS1, regularly attend GS1 Accreditation and Training to ensure we remain up to date with GS1 Standards. Call us for label samples for GS1 verification testing, generating .eps (encapsulated postscript, vector-based) image files for inclusion with your product’s artwork, rolls of pre-printed or blank GS1/EAN 13, TUN 14 carton and pallet SSCC labels.Find Out More
What make makes us different
B&DCS operate, sell and service Zebra, Honeywell, Intermec, SATO and TSC printers ranging from 203 to 600 dpi resolutions to print both direct thermal labels (that is, thermally sensitive designs that do not use an ink ribbon) and thermal transfer options (these use an ink ribbon and range from wax, wax/resin to resin-only where the latter is extremely scuff resistant).Find Out More
B&DCS staff attend regular Barcode industry training and developer conferences to ensure an up to date knowledge of the latest scanning, mobile data collection technologies and Barcode printing software tools in Australia.
Factors you need to consider when requesting barcodes:
- Size - does the label need to comply with GS1 Standards? Without a passed GS1 Product Barcode Verification Report, most major Australian supermarket chains will not accept your products.
- Materials – are they required for short or long life, what type of adhesive backing – permanent or removeable, over lamination finish for protection from scuffing, oils and dirt.
- Barcode Symbology - GS1/EAN13, GTIN 13, GTIN 14, SSCC, Code 128, Code 39, GS1 Databar, 2D QR Code
- Barcode ‘X’ Dimension – This is the width of the narrowest bar and determines how far away they can be scanned.
- Logo, colours and text needs – must provide images with same or better resolution than the Printer.
- Cost per label.
- Lead-time for delivery.
- Print on-site or off-site, on-demand or batch,
- How do you require the pre-printed labels delivered – sorted by Product, by warehouse level to suit scissor lift application.