Custom Labels are one of the biggest Asset Label suppliers in the UK, we are experts in printing all manner of barcodes, QR codes and DataMatrix codes and handling large/complex data. We have produced barcoded tags for many large companies in the UK and further afield; such as ITV, The Guardian, Holland & Barrett, BBC, B&Q, and many more. We offer free customised samples of most of our asset tags via this link.

We are also official members of The Made in Britain organisation; this is a network of businesses who produce all of their products in Britain, as Custom Labels have always done and we will continue to do this in the future. The purpose of the organisation is to promote manufacturing in this country and also to link all of the registered businesses together for meaningful commercial connections. Made in Britain also offers support on marketing, exports, PR, and sales from their expert team.

Because we produce all of our products in Britain, we can guarantee that our finished products and their material makeups are always of the highest quality. When buying cheaper products from abroad (from countries such as China), you will generally find that even though the product may be cheaper, the quality is very poor in comparison to ours. If you would like a free sample pack of our varied range, then please follow the link and fill out the form, as requested. A member of our knowledgeable sales team will then get back to you and send the above-mentioned pack out usually on the same day.

Britain had three representatives in this year’s football European Championships; Scotland, Wales, and England. England, the now favourites of the competition, are the only British team left as we reach the semi-final stage. Because of this, there is now real excitement and expectation building that England could finally win their first major tournament since 1966.

On Saturday evening, England won their quarter-final in Rome against Ukraine by a convincing 4-0 score-line, setting up a mouth-watering semi-final clash with Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday evening. Goals from Harry Maguire, Jordan Henderson, and a brilliant brace from captain Harry Kane were enough to send the three lions through. Kane now has 3 goals in the tournament and could still be in with a chance of winning the golden boot, if his fine form continues. If it does then England will have a fantastic chance of ending 55 years of hurt!