Fabric Labels Should Trumpet Ethical Business Practices, says Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc.

Following the Labor Day holiday, Americans are reminded of the historical effort to eliminate unsafe workplace conditions and child labor

Sep 06, 2013, 16:37 ET from Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc.

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- No matter what we chose to do this last Labor Day weekend, the plight and history of the American worker should be on everybody's mind. Some had the day off, some inevitably had to work; nonetheless, we can all appreciate what the American worker has done for our country and be proud that regulations and the US Department of Labor have created a better environment for our workers. Yet, even today, news agencies report that the world is rife with unsafe workplace conditions that threaten lives and gross ethical violations like forced and child labor. Many companies, especially in the textiles industry, make a dedicated effort to avoid funding these unprincipled labor practices, limiting some part of their profits for the moral high ground. Manufacturer of fabric labels in Los Angeles, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. believes, however, that a company that spreads awareness and their own adherence to ethical capitalism can actually be more profitable than one that does not. Indeed, fabric and clothing tags are a perfect medium for spreading this message.

Textile manufacturers, designers, and distributers can make a deliberate choice to only source ethical materials and products--why not make their customer base aware of this fact through printed fabric and woven labels from Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc.? Promoting a virtuous choice doesn't have to be seen as boasting; it can be a way to help customers sharing a similar moral code find their products. Then, this new attention to issues like international child labor and dangerous factory conditions can start gaining traction through word of mouth and media coverage. More and more companies will eventually make the same ethical decision, balancing the financial playing field while the companies that originated then look good for having been ahead of the curve. For example, once the world was made aware of the cruelty inherent in many diamonds, it became de rigueur to eschew diamonds that helped fund war.

The same thing is currently happening, to a lesser extent, in the world of textiles. If a company knows this and wants to fight it, they should do so through their branding and labeling. Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. has years of experience producing fabric labels and hang tags that explain a company's choice of ethics to its growing consumer base. Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. is well-versed in making this message both tactful, yet eye-grabbing so that customers can truly engage with its message.

In fact, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc.'s products can accommodate a wide range of business principles. With organic and natural options, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc.'s woven labels are perfect for eco-conscious companies, especially those who like to suggest the wholly green nature of their business. Pride in American-made products is also a big selling point for many industries; besides manufacturing exclusively out of Los Angeles and shipping domestically, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. can therefore offer American-made labels and tags. The company is iconic in the industry, as well, for its well-made hang tags, its most popular incarnation spreading a red, white, and blue "Made in the USA" message.

If you'd like to let your labels speak for you, contact Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. by going to www.fabriclabels.com or by calling 800-490-0405.

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