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About AM Labels
We recognise that our day-to-day operations have an effect on the environment and we wish to minimise the potentially harmful effects of such activity wherever and whenever possible.
As a consequence of this AM Labels is committed to continuous improvements in environmental performance and the prevention of pollution. Environmental regulations, laws and codes of practice will be regarded as setting the minimum standards of environmental performance.
We undertake a stringent process with new suppliers, checking health and safety, quality, environmental and delivery performance to ensure that our customers receive a service that we are proud to offer.
We are committed to minimising waste including:
• Minimising packaging
• Creating a paperless office environment
• Sourcing recycled materials
• Working with suppliers and distributors who take steps to minimise their environmental impact
Clients we have worked with:
12 - 14
Bosch Siemens Group
AB Mauri (Cereform)
Delice de France
NHS Ipswich Hospital
Life Saver Systems
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Latest AM Labels Blog:
Inkjet vs Laser: What is the Difference between Laser and Inkjet Printers?
When it comes the time to purchase a new colour label printer, the unavoidable question arises, “Laser or Inkjet?” If you are new to label printing, making the decision about what the best printing technology is for your specific circumstances is....
What is the Difference between Dye and Pigment ink?
The Pigment vs Dye debate has been going on in the label printing industry since its inception. Some people say dye is the best choice for their specific application, others swear by pigment ink. In this post, we at AM Labels...