Self-tie labels are also referred to as loop locks, wrap ties, luggage labels or handle ties. Whichever name you know them by, you can rest assured that IML’s self-tie labels are manufactured to the highest standard in accordance with ISO 9001.
Full Range Available – Economy To Heavy Duty
We offer an extensive range of sizes and formats to suit all applications and printers. Our customers benefit from competitive pricing, superb quality and favourable lead-times.
IML’s team offer advice and recommendations, finding the best self-tie label for your product, environment and budget. We also supply full label printing systems in thermal transfer or full colour options.
Polyplas self-tie labels are economical, weather and frost resistant and recyclable.
Twelve distinctly different colours support businesses in implementing a colour coding system to streamline their operations and assist long range visual identification in fast-paced environments.
Polyplas is smooth and flexible and is the ideal surface for thermal transfer overprinting with variable data.
Alternatively, for a heavy duty solution our Multiplas self-tie labels provide high strength in tough environments or where the label is in danger of being damaged or handled roughly or repeatedly. Multiplas is also suitable for thermal transfer overprinting.
Our Laserplas self-tie labels range is tough, tear resistant and available in a range of thicknesses.
Laserplas, used in conjunction with a full colour printer, allows users the flexibility to produce attractive full colour self-tie labels in-house from blank label stock.
Self-Tie Labels For Specialised Applications
We also manufacture high temperature self-tie labels allowing identification and traceability in high temperature applications such as sterilisation and oven baking.
Our metal detectable self-tie labels are available in standard and high temperature options and are used predominantly in the food processing industry.
Metal detectable self-ties have a foil core which ensures labels and label fragments are identified by end of line detectors for removal before goods are packaged.