Double or Nothing

Blue Label has experienced a lot of growth over the course of the last two years. In 2015 we produce three times as many labels per week as we did in 2013. We launched Blue Label with the idea that there would be people out there who would appreciate the highest quality labels in the shortest amount of time, and it looks like there are.

Our team has worked very hard to make sure we deliver the great customer service our clients deserve. Blue Label is a small business, there are only 16 of us, but we are all dedicated to the quality of our work and delivering on the promises we make to our customers. And, as it turns out, there are people out there who appreciate that. From craft breweries in rural Vermont to food trucks in Oregon, we know and value each one of our clients, and we’re grateful to them for the success we’ve had over the past couple of years.

It’s our goal to constantly improve our products and our service. Continuous improvement is one of our chief virtues; we know we can always do better. To pursue better products and service, we are doubling our production capacity. That means faster turnarounds and the opportunity to serve more clients without sacrificing service. Our new equipment will allow our quality standards to continue to improve. Though we already use the best printing and finishing technology, we are updating our equipment to pursue even higher standards in terms of color and performance.

Not only are we expanding our facility physically, we are also undergoing constant process improvement to provide a better client experience, from estimate to invoice. We’ll continue pursuing our focus on providing the best customer service possible.

We know that nothing in business (or life) is for sure, but we are very excited about doubling down our company. As a client, look forward to even better service, more products, and more new faces. We are incredibly thankful for the support we’ve received thus far; we wouldn’t be here without you!

-Andrew

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