Horticultural Marketing And Printing’s Quickattach Clips Make Tagging Trees And Shrubs Easier

Quickattach 2Horticultural Marketing and Printing has introduced Quickattach clips as a new tool for tagging woody crops.

Made of a flexible, high-grade plastic, Quickattach clips quickly snap onto tree and shrub branches. The clip’s patented arrow design firmly keeps tags in place, yet they can easily be flipped so consumers can read the reverse sides.

Quickattach clips are a cost-effective alternative to wire ties or elastic strings that are difficult to attach.

Whether tagging in the field, on a canning line or even on a shipping trailer, Quickattach clips are a fast, easy and dependable tool for the job.

They’ll attach to limbs up to ¾ inches in diameter. They’re long lasting, weatherproof and resistant to cracking in cold or high-UV conditions.

For more information, contact Todd Davis at 214-678-6513 or tdavis@integracolor.com.

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