Your business' packaging is the first thing customers notice when receiving your shipment. Show your customers their package matters – it's time to upgrade from cutting and taping standard printer paper to your box.
We hand-tested each of the shipping label formats listed above to ensure the best results for your business. In some instances, multiple shipping label configurations were suitable. For those shipping carriers/platforms, choose the size that feels most comfortable to you.
Larger labels will include more white space around the edges of the print, but they also allow more "wiggle room" if your sheets are prone to shifting in the printer. Tight configurations offer a near-perfect fit with little extraneous white space, but could be more problematic if printing shifting occurs. Below, we've listed our recommendations.