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Here you will find the answers to Precision Label Ltd.’s frequently asked questions. If you don’t see your question answered here, please do not hesitate to give us a call or send us an email. We are happy to address any questions or concerns you have about our custom packaging labels and services. You can reach out to our head office in Calgary or call one of our representatives in Kelowna or Edmonton.
Our minimum quantity run is 1,000 labels for spot (Pantone) colour and 2,000 labels for four colour process (YMCK) work.
Yes, we accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express. We do not accept debit cards at this time.
We do not have a price list; all of our labels are custom order and custom-designed. If you would like us to quote on your label needs, please fill out our online quote form, or call 403-203-1420 (or toll-free at 800-579-0730) to speak with a sales representative.
Precision Label Ltd. is a manufacturer of custom flexographic labels; we do not have a catalogue with prices and label types. We do, however, have a sample package that we can send you. The package contains samples of custom labels that we have produced for our clients.
Lead times vary based on label composition and artwork approval timelines. We make every effort to accommodate your needs; please talk to your sales representative to get an estimate of completion timelines based on your project.
M is Latin for thousand. So in this example your price would be $10.00 per 1,000 labels.
A die is an engraved rotary cutting tool that cuts the substrate to a desired shape. While some shapes and sizes are relatively common, custom shapes and sizes are able to be designed.
Your plate charges are determined by the size of your label, and how many colours are necessary to create your label which is determined by the complexity of your artwork. For every colour you print, a plate is required. When printing full colour images such as photos, four colours (Yellow, Magenta, Cyan, and Black) can be combined to create the desired image. In order to make a plate, your label will need to be separated into the necessary colours, then a plate is manufactured for each colour to print your label. A plate is comprised of photopolymer materials that have a series of dots; these dots pick up ink and transfer it to the substrate.
A preflight charge is added to digitally produced labels when ordering new art or making changes to existing art.