Every business needs to organize the paper work they receive and generate. I use one of Dymo’s Label printers and it works well.
The NY Times, in a review of label printers writes People like to label things. They put labels on cellphones, digital cameras, CD’s and circuit breakers, not to mention file folders, envelopes and name tags. There was a time when people used typewriters to create paper labels and Dymo label makers to emboss plastic labels. But labeling, like most things these days, has mostly gone digital.
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