|Minimum Order Quantity||250 Box|
|Brand||ARROW OR UNIVERSAL|
|Question||5000 tag per bix|
Kimball tag was a cardboard tag that included both human and machine-readable data to support punched card processing. A Kimball tag was an early form of stock control label that, like its later successor the barcode, supported back office data processing functions. They were predominantly used by the retail clothing ("fashion") industry.
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