Exide Unveils New Approach To Label Design

Exide Unveils New Approach To Label Design

Part numbers and key product details are prominently displayed on the new labels, making it easy to identify the right product, the company says.

 

GENNEVILLIERS, France — Exide Technologies has launched its new battery range, revealing new label designs for the first time. The new approach emphasises typography and simplicity, and uses new mobile-friendly product pages to provide additional information, the company says.

Part numbers and key product details are prominently displayed on the new labels, making it easy to identify the right product. The new approach will be beneficial when locating batteries in racks, pallets and retail shelves, where it can be difficult to distinguish between products.

The new labels use strong typography to bring structure and focus to the design, making it easy for customers to identify the information they need. Every product in the new range also now has a QR code on the label, allowing customers to access much richer product information than could ever be printed on the front of a battery.

Scanning the QR code takes you to a unique product page optimised for mobile devices. The product pages contain all the information buyers need, including user manuals and manufacturing information. Alternatively, you can type in a short URL to get to the same place. Visit www.exide.info/ek700for an example.

“Now we provide detailed product information right on your smartphone, wherever you are. It’s never been easier to select the right product,” said Michael Geiger, VP sales & marketing EMEA at Exide Technologies. “The new labels highlight the unique competitive advantages of our products, including our original-equipment experience, unparalleled manufacturing capabilities and commitment to using the best components and materials.”

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