Inventory Tags, Stickers, and Labels

  • Keep track of sales, barcodes, prices, & other crucial information
  • Labels and stickers come in sturdy, permanent adhesives
  • Print custom hang tags as an alternative to tracking inventory

3 Ways to Identify, Classify, and Categorize

Keep your inventory organized with stickers, labels, or hang tags.

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Stickers

  • Custom & standard sizes
  • Waterproof vinyl & BOPP
  • Metallic & clear options

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Labels

  • Variety of shapes & sizes
  • Cut-to-size or roll formats
  • Indoor & outdoor materials

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Inventory Tags

  • 4 standard shapes
  • Premium cardstock choices
  • Foil, metallic & silk

Manage & Organize Bulk Orders With Inventory Tags, Stickers, or Labels

Print a set of price stickers, discount labels, or inventory tags to keep all items on track. Whether you’re a supermarket organizing new arrivals, a small business prepping items for sale, or a direct supplier organizing items for delivery, inventory labels, stickers, or tags can help you and your staff identify the items that will be sent out to different customers or other store locations. Inventory labels or tags ensure accurate monitoring of your product or package as it’s sent out from your establishment to other locations.


Stickers can be printed in bulk for faster application on items that are released for e-commerce purchases. Apart from the barcode that will be used to track the item’s location, be sure to also include the inventory number, company name, and even the product name for complete information. Custom inventory labels can also prevent anyone from mishandling dangerous items by displaying warnings such as “Fragile” or “Hot.” Here’s how you can create pricing or inventory labels centered around your business needs


How to Choose and Create the Perfect Inventory Tag or Label

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To make the best selection for your inventory requirements, answer these questions and you’ll narrow down the best options for your custom printing order:


Do you need a sticker, label, or tag?


Stickers or labels are recommended for a faster and more efficient application of barcodes and other tracking details on shipped items. These can also be used if your inventory system requires automated counting of items in stock. Perfect for large scale businesses in e-commerce, manufacturing, or food and beverage. But they can also be utilized in other industries such as healthcare for the disseminated medical supplies, utilities for the maintenance of their equipment, and oil and gas for reviewing the spare parts available on hand.


Stickers or labels are recommended for a faster and more efficient application of barcodes and other tracking details on shipped items. These can also be used if your inventory system requires automated counting of items in stock. Perfect for large scale businesses in e-commerce, manufacturing, or food and beverage. But they can also be utilized in other industries such as healthcare for the disseminated medical supplies, utilities for the maintenance of their equipment, and oil and gas for reviewing the spare parts available on hand.


What is the exact shape and size required for your inventory?


The exact size will depend on the inventory label shape and how you intend to apply each piece. Cut-to-size is recommended for individual stickers or labels applied by hand, while the roll fits most automatic label dispensers.


Custom inventory tags come in several standard square or rectangle sizes, along with circle or oval options.


What is the most suitable material for the custom inventory stickers or labels? For custom inventory tags?


Stickers and labels come in durable indoor, waterproof, and outdoor-friendly materials:


  • The white vinyl sticker is waterproof and UV-resistant. Perfect for packages and any items exposed to the outdoors.
  • BOPP is oil and chemical resistant, as well as waterproof. However, it only lasts in refrigerated storage and is not recommended for outdoor exposure.
  • White premium sticker paper is recommended for items that will only be exposed indoors. It is not waterproof or oil and chemical resistant.

Custom inventory tags come in the following premium cardstock:


  • 10 pt. cardstock is the lightest option available. Comes with additional protection with gloss, matte, or high gloss coating.
  • 14 pt. cardstock is the standard seen in most postcards and business cards. Added durability protects your information during transport.
  • 16 pt. cardstock is the thickest option and comes in a silk laminate for certain hang tag types. Suited for small businesses tracking direct to consumer deliveries.

Can I download a template or create a design online? Yes, you can download a template in the size and orientation you require on the respective tab. You can also create a design from scratch after selecting the “Design Online” below the online calculator.



Inventory Tags, Labels, and Stickers FAQs


What are inventory tags?

Inventory tags contain a barcode that is used for tracking. The tags can be used for either manual or automated counts.

Are barcodes required on inventory tags?

Barcodes help prevent errors when scanning the labels or tags through scanners. They also remove any mistakes from human reading. It also allows for universal tracking when your product or package gets shipped from your production site.

Can I use color-coding on my inventory tags?

Color codes help distinguish your tag or label from other brands. It can also organize different items according to your company’s departments. Perfect for large scale warehouses dealing with thousands to millions in shipments.

How many characters should be placed in a bar code?

The number of characters will depend on your label or sticker’s size. The symbology you use will also determine how many numbers or letters are used. Check out this page on barcode symbology for more information.

What surfaces will the inventory labels and stickers stick to?

Most of the available label and sticker materials permanently adhere to clean and flat surfaces like plastic, corrugated cardboard, and glass. Note the resistance of each material to see which material best suits your inventory tags.