Pressure-sensitive labels are comprised of three layers of materials (face stock, adhesive, and a release liner) that can be printed on, laminated, die-cut, and ultimately peeled off and applied to a clean, dry surface.
Thermal Transfer labels are pressure sensitive labels that use a combination of a thermal ribbon and a thermal printer for imaging. Thermal Transfer labels provide more longevity and durability than its Direct Thermal counterpart.
Tags are essentially labels that are attached to a product without an adhesive. Tags are often used for product information, identification, warnings and instructions and adhered to the product using wire, which is included when you choose Red Oak Label.
In-mold labels are weather, grease, water and scuff resistant and appears as part of the container, giving them a higher shelf appeal. These labels use a heat activated adhesive that is activated during the application process.