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Magnetic Labels for Racking

Label Source stocks a comprehensive selection of high-quality rack labels for warehouses, storerooms, and other premises.

These warehouse racking labels are magnetic, making them easy to attach and remove. They can also be written on and erased as necessary.

All of our warehouse racking labels can be removed, repositioned, and re-used with ease, helping you to avoid errors and give your staff up-to-date product information at all times.

If you have any questions about our magnetic rack labels, please feel free to contact us for assistance.

Why is Magnetic Labelling Useful?

Magnetic labels are an easy, mess-free way to quickly swap out information, making them ideal waste-free labels for information with quick turnarounds. With a variety of text options to choose from, these magnetic labels can be used to identify:

  • Expiry date
  • Shelf life
  • Min/max stock
  • Unit of issue

Magnetic labels for racking can also be used to provide special instructions and information where necessary. Examples include:

  • Quarantine
  • Return to supplier
  • Do not reorder

For a more detailed breakdown of the uses of magnetic labelling, have a look at our blog post: Magnetic Tape and Labels: How Do They Work and What Are They Good For?

What are the Best Labels for Warehouse Racking?

There are several different types of label available for warehouse racking, including:

  • Block-out

  • Magnetic

  • Paper

  • Polyester

  • Vinyl

Different types of labels will be better suited to different uses.

How Do You Label Storage Racks?

When labelling your storage racks, the most important thing is to keep to a consistent pattern. This should be done by using letters, numbers, or both, depending on the number of racks you need to label. By using a letter or number system, you can create an easy key to identify where your items are. This is known as standard rack labelling.

If you’re working with a vast warehouse, for example, you may consider a system of 1a, 1b, 1c, etc. Or, you could use a descriptive term followed by a number, such as ‘Packaged Goods: 1’.

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