Badger Tag & Label Corp.

Destination Known
September 1, 2013

Employees are working longer hours in understaffed offices, making downtime even harder to find. But while your dreams of a tropical island getaway (where your biggest decision is piña colada or strawberry daiquiri) may be indefinitely on hold, the business travel season is about to kickoff.

Show Off the Goods
December 1, 2012

Many businesses know the value of visual marketing to potential customers—visuals highlight a product’s functionality, aesthetics and especially potential. So the stage is set, the curtain is up and it’s time for a product exhibition. Here, companies give examples of new products, best sellers or items they are proud to showcase.

Snapshot for Tomorrow
December 1, 2010

The United States' financial situation has gotten so dire, President Obama recently called for the freezing of all federal salaries in an attempt to get a hold on the country's debt, which is expected to rise to $2.3 trillion by 2012.

Badger Tag & Label Solves Industry Challenge
January 27, 2009

When a rental company presented Random Lake, Wisconsin-based Badger Tag & Label with the challenge of tracking its equipment inventory, Badger's solution was to create a perforated tag allowing for multiple tear-off parts in clearly identifiable colors. This tag allows the company to immediately see where each piece of equipment is in the rental cycle—just returned and requiring inspection, needing repairs or maintenance (therefore, unavailable for rent) or ready to rent.

Badger Tag & Label’s New Tamper-Evident Labels
October 1, 2008

Random Lake, Wisconsin-based Badger Tag & Label prints labels that include a “VOID” pattern adhesive to clearly display evidence of tampering. When the label is peeled away, the word “VOID” will appear in either silver or white. The label stock can be tinted any color. Badger Tag & Label can do all the printing on the label, or it can be imprinted by the end-user with laser, dot-matrix or thermal-transfer printing. “Badger primarily prints the ‘VOID’ pattern labels used on trailers that indicate rated-load weight,” said DJ Jacoby, vice president/general manager. “However, this type of label material has virtually unlimited potential uses, including

Saving Money is Hot
July 1, 2008

By Maggie DeWitt Label lovers, listen up! This month’s mystery product is for you—and for anyone else interested in boosting profits. Its manufacturer recently developed the item specifically to benefit companies feeling the pinch in these economically challenging times—which probably includes the majority of distributors’ accounts today. In addition to being a budget-friendly item, it offers outstanding performance qualities, and works effectively in a variety of environments. Check out the following clues to guess what the product is: • It is made from a 3 mil high-density polyethylene. • It can mold to the shape of an item, including one as

Custom Inventory Tags from Badger Tag & Label Improve Accuracy and Efficiencies
December 17, 2007

A line of custom tags from Badger Tag & Label, Random Lake, Wis., helps to ensure inventory-taking tasks go more smoothly and accurately. The types of tags most frequently used for inventory include single, manifold and a thermal label attached to a tag. “We work with companies of all sizes to understand their inventory process and develop a tag that will be the best solution for their needs,” says Dale (DJ) Jacoby, vice president. “For some companies who have used the same process or tags for years, we have been able to save them thousands of dollars in man-hours by developing a tag that

Badger Tag & Label Offers New Synthetic Stock
June 1, 2007

Headquartered in Random Lake, Wis., Badger Tag & Label developed a proprietary synthetic stock for printing custom tags and labels. “Companies that use pressure-sensitive paper labels and steel or metal tags can benefit from the features synthetic stocks offer, and can usually save money,” said Kathy Rassel, sales/marketing manager. “Synthetic stocks are also more environmentally friendly because they are not made from tree pulp and are recyclable.” Perfect for harsh environments and challenging weather conditions, UV-stabilized, waterproof synthetic stocks resist fading and tearing, as well as damage from chemicals. In addition, they fold without cracking and can withstand temperature ranges from 220° F to