Variable data labelling is a critical element of merchandise tracking and control. The Unique Group's in-house automated systems allow us to generate swing tickets / adhesive labels, embedding key critical information which is relevant to the retail product such as an items price, size, colour and barcoding information for scanning in store. Full automation sees production produced without any need for manual intervention and eliminates the potential for human error thus saving time and money. Our factories give us the flexibility to meet retailers' and manufacturers' demands for a timely response across the globe. We produce different kinds of variable data labelling such as barcodes, adhesive stickers, and RFID technology.

Our global set up of modern technology using thermal, digital and laser printing machines guarantees all barcodes are produced to the highest quality resulting in crystal clear labels every time.

Our aim is to deliver smart variable labelling solutions for any application.


Radio Frequency identification (RFID) is an embedded microchip which uses electromagnetic fields to track and trace any object to which it is attached. Unlike a barcode, the tag doesn't need to be within the line of sight of the reader. An RFID tag consists of 3 elements: a radio transponder, a radio receiver and transmitter. Across the retail sector RFID is more commonly used for inventory control without the need for manual data entry and it also provides great protection against theft.

RFID tag data capacity is large enough that each individual tag will have a unique code, while current bar codes are limited to a single type code for a particular product. The uniqueness of RFID tags means that a product may be tracked as it moves from location to location, finally ending up in the consumer's hands.