Yearly Archives: 2014

We are always thrilled when our customers say nice things about us.  This website is all about communicating the value and expertise we bring to our customers, but oftentimes the customers can… Read the Rest

Ink on Paper!

December 11, 2014

Thanks to all of you that have followed our journey the past 3 months — today is the day that our press put ink on paper!  This is a huge step forward in print technology for Rose City Label.  … Read the Rest

Tomorrow is the Day!

December 4, 2014



The new digital room looks beautiful and the press arrives tomorrow – amazing to reflect on all  the things we had to do to make it happen.  Happy to be very close to install, training,… Read the Rest


Thanks so much to all of you that have supported Rose City Label this year — we are truly thankful for each and every one of our customers.  We have been very busy meeting tight deadlines and… Read the Rest

New Concrete Pad!

November 20, 2014


A stable foundation is absolutely essential for precise quality printing.  As we move forward with higher technology and more complex digital labels, we have to build from a solid foundation… Read the Rest

Getting things ready

November 14, 2014

We are getting ready for our new digital press to arrive, which means a little remodeling

to make space for it.  Digital labels have become very popular in the last few years and

we want to keep up … Read the Rest

IndigoFACTS — Why 7 Color?

November 10, 2014




Many have asked why we need a 7 color digital press?  Doesn’t CMYK (4 color) accomplish the same thing?

Actually no – with more base colors to build from, we are able Read the Rest

Halloween Party

November 4, 2014

We hope everyone had a great Halloween weekend

and enjoyed the extra sleep on Sunday.

Thanks to Scott and Whitney we had a great party here

at the office with great food and fun prizes.

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Amazing Tiny Bar Codes

October 21, 2014



This label shows one of the smallest bar codes we have ever seen used successfully.  As you can see from the photo, this code is about 0.50″ wide and less than 0.125″ tall –… Read the Rest