They didn’t always have bar codes and an app. But union labels have been making a difference for sheet metal workers since 1888. They have always represented values of union pride and solidarity.
The labels first certified that products were made by quality craft men and women in union shops. They still do. But for decades they have also been a critical tool for protecting union workers and contractors, who embraced them as a shield against competitors seeking to undercut wages.
The value of labels has stood the test of time for 129 years. Make a renewed commitment to ensure the modernized
labels continue to work for you.