General Purpose Asset Tags

Conveniently perform a systematic labeling and tracking of valuable items

General Purpose Asset Tags help provide users with detailed, convenient control over assets. These property tags make tracking and enforcing ownership easier and more efficient, bringing users significant return on investment. With the unique barcodes and labelling imprinted on the tags, asset tracking immediately identifies and differentiates company property from others, increasing both branding and security. By using asset labels, monitoring the quality, status and location of company items can be processed as simply a scan from a barcode reader. For enhanced customer convenience, Seton offers various offers of tags to choose from.

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    Duraguard Mobile Asset Management

    $220.20
    Pack of 100 Each
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    DuraGuard® Property ID Tags

    Starting at $200.10
    Pack of 100 Each
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    Bar Code Labels

    Starting at $320.60
    Roll of 1000 Each
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    Custom Sarbanes Oxley DuraGuard® Asset Tags

    Starting at $371.70
    Pack of 100 Each
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    Custom EZGuard™ Universal Asset Tags

    Starting at $380.20
    Roll of 1000 Tags
  • DuraGuard® Stock Asset Tags

    $147.60
    Pack of 100 Tags

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • Stock Mylar Bar Code Asset Labels

    $143.80
    Roll of 500 Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

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    Color Design Asset Labels

    Starting at $188.20
    Pack of 100 Each
  • DuraGuard® Tamper Evident Stock Asset Tags

    $162.40
    Pack of 100 Tags

    Easy Reorder Eligible

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  • DuraGuard® Stock Bar Code Asset Tags

    $181.40
    Pack of 100 Tags

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • Stock Polyester Asset Labels

    Starting at $111.40
    Pack of 100 Tags

    Easy Reorder Eligible

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General Purpose Asset Tags provide facilities with an integrated asset management solution that is both versatile and reliable. To maximize their functionalities and benefits, make sure to remember a few things. First, identify the types and quantities of assets that must be tracked. Note the location of these items, as well as the number of the areas where these items may be located in the facility. Next, determine how many users will need access to the system. Determine as well whether real-time updates are necessary or if can batch collection may be used. The type of reporting needed should also be considered, as well as the type of tags will be required.

Maintain a well-organized asset management system with Seton’s General Purpose Asset Tags!