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Durable, Eye-Catching Labels Help Clothing Companies Leave a Mark

The team at Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc. knows that the effects of true craftsmanship in labeling can reverberate throughout the industry.

LOS ANGELES, April 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- At Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc., retailers and fashion professionals will find a team that is dedicated to customer service, punctuality and competitive pricing. Of course, none of that would matter if their custom woven labels and hang tags lacked quality craftsmanship. Fortunately, that's never the case. Their team has the expertise and capability to produce the well-crafted labels and hang tags Los Angeles' top designers trust to ensure their product flies off the shelves. In fact, even though Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc. manufactures their printed fabric labels, woven labels, leg stickers and hang tags in Los Angeles, their work can be found in fashionable designer apparel around the globe.  

A designer's graphics and logo can become iconic if created with true ingenuity. However, it also takes the work of skilled and experienced artisans to accurately capture the specifics of a company's logo in a truly eye-catching way. The team at Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc. boasts more than 25 years in the labeling industry, and in that time, they've honed their craft while also mastering the latest technologies. This has allowed for exquisitely detailed labeling on a variety of materials, including woven edge and bridal satin, natural cotton twill, poly satin, acetate, iron-on polyester, nylon, Tyvek and much more.

Over the years, the labeling company has also watched as their competitors have grown quickly only to burn out or sacrifice quality product and service. All the while, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc. has stayed small enough to ensure exceptional artistry, punctual delivery and warm, friendly customer service. Yet, perhaps most importantly, clothing manufacturers that trust their labeling to the Los Angeles-based company benefit from clearly defined, unmistakable logos that help them to grow their brands.

When clothing designers are able to successfully grow their business, the results are far-reaching, affecting retailers, manufacturers, even delivery companies that ship the clothing to various boutiques and clothing stores. That's why the work of Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc. is appreciated by professionals throughout the garment industry. They know that the printed labels produced by their 8 color press are positively bursting with color and meticulous design that is sure to capture the attention of shoppers. Further still, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc.'s 6 color + UV + lamination and die cutting machines can manufacture hang tags for any retail need.

In today's competitive global economy, it can be more difficult than ever to build a designer brand. However, by partnering with the outstanding experts in tags, stickers, printed fabric and woven labels at Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling, Inc., you'll be amazed at how quickly your company builds name recognition among your target audience. 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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