Easitill and Floralabels join forces to offer new label printing service

Garden centres and nurseries are being offered the option to print their own colour plant labels on-site following a joint venture between Easitill and the Scandinavian brand Floralabels.

Easitill launched the service in the UK to help growers and retailers save money on labelling.
Managing director Rob Gardner said: "The making of a colour label is now easier and faster than ever before. With our unique solution, you can produce high quality colour labels with a picture, bar code, price, description and company logo on the same label.
"We have put together a complete package consisting of our easy-to-use label software, an effective OKI colour laser printer and the full range of Floralabels labels. This package will help growers and retailers save money, as it allows them to print just the labels they need, thus enabling small print runs if needed and no wastage.
"Having the equipment on site allows for last minute changes to labels for promotions and rush orders.

"Our labels are also very durable and are made to last. They are resistant to frost, sunlight, humidity and wear and tear. The surface is pleasant with an easy tearing off feature too, perfect for the gardener who purchases the plant."

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