Labeltronix Celebrates 20 Years as Southern California's Leading Label
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- August 7, 2013
Labeltronix, Southern California’s leading producer of high quality wine, food
and consumer product labels, and supplier of on-demand label printers and
supplies, celebrates its 20^th year in business this month.
The company—which has grown at an annualized rate of 30% in recent
years—stakes its reputation on having the highest quality printing in the
industry, helping its clients advance their brands, and being an innovator.
To become an industry leader, Labeltronix relies on creativity. Originators of
Lean Labeling®, Labeltronix has developed a new and innovative way to cost
effectively produce top quality labels. This innovative process has proven to
give customers a profound payback. Labeltronix also developed “high definition
flexo” color printing, a technology that produces photo-quality labels with
color producing a “real-life” look—an innovation that comes at no extra cost
to the customer. Last year, the company also rolled out its own labeling
materials, Arctic Shield and Midnight Vellum.
Founded in Orange, CA by Dan Blair and Eric Shepard, Labeltronix began by
selling printers and labeling supplies. Ten years ago, the company bought its
first printing press—a bold move to enter the market and compete with printers
that have been in the business for 30 to 50 years.
As Labeltronix expanded, it outgrew the Orange facility and relocated in 2011
to a new 50,000-square-foot headquarters not far from Disneyland and Angel
stadium. The Labeltronix building is strategically designed to make the
labeling process run smoothly, and to inspire creativity among those who visit
it for tours or educational seminars on printing and branding.
“We started from scratch. This month will be another record month in
manufacturing—a real milestone. Every one of our labels is custom,
high-quality and requires fine printing, so great effort and care goes into
making them,” says John Trail, Labeltronix president and partner with Shepard
Indeed, quality is number one at Labeltronix, which has been a “gold” award
winner in the international Flexographic Technical Association awards annually
for the past five years. In 2010, Labeltronix earned its ISO 9001:2008
certification, a quality standard designation that it continues to uphold
Labeltronix distinguishes itself by partnering with clients to make them more
profitable. “We find Labeltronix to be a teammate, a problem-solver,” says
Dennis Stroud, partner and vice president at Plata Wine Partners, a
Labeltronix client that produces 50 brands each year. “Some of our label
requirements are very, very complex and difficult, but Labeltronix is always
up to the task. And that Lean Labeling concept; they practice it, they don’t
just preach it.”
“Labeltronix quickly responds to manufacturing outages with experienced
personnel to get the job done right. They care about our business relationship
and continue to strive for excellence,” says Frank Aloisi, global operations
desktop manager at Abbott Vascular Inc., which has been a Labeltronix customer
for 15 years.
“Our 20-year milestone is a source of pride, as we have established ourselves
as delivering the highest quality in printing in the industry—with only 10
years doing label printing ourselves. It’s also a launching pad, as we plan to
‘innovate forward,’” Trail said.
For more information, contact Jill Sambol at (800) 429-4321, Ext. 137, or
About Labeltronix – Celebrating its 20^th anniversary of success in printing,
Labeltronix has delivered the promise of quality and reliability in every
customer solution it creates for consumer product manufacturers of food, wine,
nutritional supplements, cosmetics, automotive, and personal care products.
Labeltronix is Southern California's leading provider of labels, labeling
systems and supplies, service and technical support. It has become the
single-source supplier for all of its customers - its labeling experts don't
simply follow the trends; they set them.
Jill Sambol, 714-363-4137
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