Star Stuff Group is the authorised solution provider and distributor for ElastiTag® in Australia.
History of ElastiTag®
The concept of the ElastiTag® started many years ago, but the actual manufacturing of product began in 2004. The tag was originally designed and patented by Bedford Industries to meet needs in the produce industry for tagging fresh bunches of green onions, asparagus, and broccoli. The tag started out very small in size and was going to have just basic print qualities. Over the last several years this product line has grown into markets Bedford Industries could never have imagined.
Bedford Industries manufacture tags in many sizes and shapes, digitally print the most complex photos and artwork, incorporate scents into the elastomer if required and add multiple folded panels for additional print areas. ElastiTag® is so unique in its features and benefits that it can be used for labeling, branding, and marketing for almost any products.
The ElastiTag® is now being sold worldwide and its popularity continues to grow as more and more customers find new uses. Contact Star Stuff Group in Australia today to get more information on this one-of-a-kind product available across the ANZ region.
About Bedford Industries, Inc.
Bedford Industries is a family-owned manufacturing company founded in Worthington, MN in 1966. It is the leading twist tie manufacturer in the United States and throughout the world.
The first products Bedford manufactured were plastic-coated wire twist ties used as closures for bread bags and trash bags. Over the past 40 years, they have expanded into all types of coated wire closures, identification ties and tags, specialized industrial and bundling ties, packaging reclosures, and related machinery. Bedford also distributes a wide variety of closures to meet all your packaging needs.
Bedford prides itself on delivering excellent customer service, providing the best products, and the custom development of products to fit customer’s specific needs. Bedford’s in-house engineering, electrical, and machine shops are responsible for improving present processes as well as on-going research and development.