Thermal Returns Label
Many of our customers use Thermal Returns Labels, often supplying them inside the customers parcels. Thermal Returns Labels are provided to the end user pre-printed with the company address details, making it easy for customers to return their unwanted purchases. Sometimes they will also choose to include pre-paid postage, either via the Royal Mail, Collect , Hermes or other courier. A lot of online shoppers specifically chose retailers that offer a free returns service.
Returns are particularly crucial for online clothing retailers as shoppers are unable to feel or try on items, meaning they are more likely to opt for a refund. Offering a free Thermal Returns Labels encourages customers to order online rather than visit a competitor who sells on the high street. So whilst you may not want to encourage your customers to return their items, offering this service could potentially increase your overall sales figures, especially if you don’t expect them to pay for it!
You may wish to print your Thermal Returns Labels yourself by purchasing plain labels, but the most cost effective way is to have them pre-printed by us. Then all you have to do is put it into your parcel! If you are using the Royal Mail, or a courier that requires barcoding, this is something that we have extensive experience of. Not only can we check your number ranges and ensure that no duplicate numbers are produced, but our factories also have scanning software to ensure all barcodes meet the required scanning quality.
The most popular format for Thermal Returns Labels is to have them on rolls. We can ensure that each label has a perforation between, making it easy for your despatch department to tear one off for each package.
The size of your label is most likely to be determined by the courier/service and your returns process. We can produce almost any size label to fit within your requirements and the Forms Plus team is knowledgeable about the required sizes of larger companies such as Royal Mail and My Hermes. Call us today for some free advice!