Frequently Asked Label Questions (FAQ)
What is a piggyback label?
A piggyback label consists of a face material on top of two liners making a 3 layer lamination. The bottom liner is removed and the label and remaining liner are applied to the substrate. The label can then be removed and applied to yet another substrate. Typically, the albel is applied to business forms, which allow the user to process his forms and shipping labels in one pass through a printer.