Barcode Labels

MPressive custom barcode labels are durable, and compatible with all major scanners. From inventory management to retail checkout, our quality printed barcode labels ensure accuracy and ease.


Custom barcode labels are an essential tool for businesses looking to streamline their sales and inventory tracking processes. With a barcode or SKU printed directly on your products, you can easily track and manage inventory levels, sales figures, and other important data.

Whether your products are in a retail store, or a warehouse, MPressive custom barcode label printing offers a versatile solution that can be used virtually anywhere. By simplifying the tracking process, barcode labels also reduce the likelihood of human error, resulting in more accurate data and smoother operations. Trust in the power of barcodes to take your inventory and sales tracking to the next level.


Custom barcode labels are an excellent way to add an extra layer of security for businesses looking to sell and track their products.

These labels are unique to each product and allow for easy identification and tracking throughout the supply chain. Additionally, they can be customised with specific information, such as serial numbers or batch codes, making it easier to trace any issues that may arise.

Barcode labels also deter theft and counterfeiting, as they are difficult to replicate. Overall, investing in custom barcode labels is a smart choice for businesses aiming to streamline their operations while also ensuring the safety and security of their products.


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What areas do you service?
At MPressive we supply barcode labels to customers in all metro locations Australia-wide including Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.
What types of barcode labels can you produce?
If you are looking for barcode labels in Melbourne there are several types of printed barcode labels MPressive can produce, including:
  1. UPC (Universal Product Code) barcode: This is the most common type of barcode used in retail environments. It consists of a 12-digit number that uniquely identifies a product.
  2. EAN (European Article Number) barcode: Similar to the UPC barcode, the EAN barcode is widely used in retail environments in Europe and other parts of the world. It consists of a 13-digit number that uniquely identifies a product.
  3. Code 39 barcode: This is a widely used barcode for tracking inventory and other applications. It can encode alphanumeric characters and is capable of encoding variable lengths of data.
  4. Code 128 barcode: This is a high-density barcode that can encode a large amount of data, including both numeric and alphanumeric characters. It is commonly used in shipping and logistics applications.
  5. QR (Quick Response) code: This is a two-dimensional barcode that can be read by smartphones and other mobile devices. It can store more information than traditional barcodes and is commonly used in marketing and advertising campaigns.
  6. Data Matrix barcode: This is another two-dimensional barcode that can store large amounts of data in a small space. It is commonly used in manufacturing and logistics applications.
  7. SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) code: This is a unique code or number assigned to each product or item in inventory management. The SKU code is used to track the item's movement from the manufacturer to the warehouse, to the retailer, and finally to the customer. SKUs help to identify and manage inventory, facilitate the ordering process, and provide data for sales analysis. Each SKU can represent a different variation of a product, such as size, colour, or material, allowing businesses to keep track of their stock levels for each variation separately.

These are just a few examples of the many types of barcode labels that are available. The type of barcode label used will depend on the specific application and the amount of data that needs to be encoded.
What materials can you print on?
We print on a variety of Matte, Gloss or Direct Thermal materials, including paper, vinyl, polyester, and more. Using our print-cut technology, we can print barcode labels for any size and shape product packaging.
Can you provide samples of your work?
Yes, we can provide samples of product barcode labels we've produced for clients to demonstrate our capabilities and quality.
Can you help with barcode label design?
Yes, we have a team of experienced graphic designers who can help with label design and artwork including barcodes.
What is your minimum order quantity?
Our minimum order quantity for barcode labels is typically around 250 labels.
Are your barcode labels Australian-made?
Yes, MPressive are a barcode label supplier in Melbourne and we do all of our barcode label printing in Melbourne.

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