It’s not just industries with high-level compliance requirements that benefit from stainless steel metal tags. Any facility that needs to display important information can make use of them.
For example, bathroom or navigation signage made from metal lasts longer than plastic or stenciled signs. Paint chips or scratches lower your brand’s value, while sturdy, attractive stainless steel signs project professionalism and quality.
Small plates made from stainless steel can display manufacturer information on a machine or whatever information your warehouse or workshop needs to convey. When it comes to training new employees on how to use equipment, mini signs that indicate the order of use or simple information can save time and money during the onboarding process, as well as improving overall employee performance.
Plastic nameplates are at the mercy of weather and the elements, while stainless steel is one of the most durable, high-quality metals out there. Wherever your products are stored, you can use metal tags to label them and streamline operations. It doesn’t matter if the labels need to stand up to abrasion, corrosion or any other potentially damaging environment, stainless steel is the most hard-wearing material for product labeling.
If you’re the owner of an SME, one of the best current marketing tactics is customization. You can send out customized metal nameplates to your best customers to encourage social media engagement — or offer them as a prize to competition winners who post the best-performing UGC.
If you’re currently getting your company off the ground, consider sending them out to prospective clients or vendors and give a branded nameplate out with each purchase. You can create decals, business cards, pet tags, door signs and more to get your brand’s logo noticed out there in the world.