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Brighten Your Inventory with Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc.

With their multi-color press and other cutting-edge equipment, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc. provides their customers with luminous fabric labels, tags and stickers.

LOS ANGELES, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, the clothing retail business is seemingly smaller than ever, with many companies from around the globe looking far and wide for the best possible custom fabric labels, tags and leg stickers. However, for stunningly luminous woven labels and more, retailers need look no further than Los Angeles-based Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc. Other labeling companies make a lot of promises for high quality and competitive pricing, but as a smaller boutique shirt labels, tags and stickers company, the company has the dynamism and equipment to provide quality, vividly eye-popping merchandise every time.

With spring upon us, the gloom and darkness of winter is being replaced with a world of lush green grass, a rich blue sky and the purples, yellows and pinks of various plants and flowers cropping up. For clothing retailers, the message is clear: this is the season of bright, dazzling colors in a variety of fun hues. Fortunately, one can spruce up their inventory with measures that are as simple as adding fabric labels, woven labels, tags and leg stickers from Hi-Tech Fabric Labeling, Inc. to their clothing.

For over two decades, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc. has been a leading supplier of custom printed fabric labels, woven labels, leg stickers and hang tags throughout the US and internationally, as well. While they're acclaimed for providing truly first-rate customer services, the company is equally renowned for their use of 6 color + UV + lamination and die cutting machines for hang tags and an 8 color press for printed fabric labels.

By using cutting-edge technology at their Los Angeles-based factory, the team at Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc. is able to bring an unparalleled clarity and richness to the colors of their cotton clothing labels. This gives their creations a visual pop that enhances the aesthetic appeal of every article of clothing. With over 25 years of service to customers in clothing retail, distribution and related-industries, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc. has garnered an incredible understanding of color harmony, ensuring a pleasing contrast and arrangement of hues for their labels and tags.

While there are various big companies in the fabric and woven tags industry throughout the globe, these large companies frequently overcharge and don't have the personal touch necessary to provide truly well-made labels. After all, an article of clothing may be crafted by the best designers with top-quality material, but if it doesn't grab the eye of a passing customer, they'll never think to pick it up. At Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc., you'll find vibrant labels in satin, natural cotton, twill, acetate, polyester, nylon, Tyvek and many other materials that will make sure your inventory stands head and shoulders above the competition. To learn more about fabric options at Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc. or to discuss other means of ordering tags and labels, go to www.fabriclabels.com or call 213-746-7772.

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