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Mil-Std-129 Labels, Printed and in Your Hands Quickly

EasySoft's has the in-house expertise to help you prepare compliant sets of MSL, Exterior and Unit Pack labels. Our service is fast, reliable, and comprehensive. We'll review your contract and make sure that your shipment labels are done right.

Military Compliance Labels

Preparing your Military DoD Labels can slow you down. We simplify shipmnet preparation. Whether you're shipping to the DLA or GSA we've got your solution.

Mil-Std-129 Labels On-Demand!

Once we get you up to speed, next-day or even same-day turn-around is in the cards. There are some aspects which can delay a shipment, but we'll identify those things and work to mitigate them.

Confused about UID, RFID, Serialization, Lots, Sets & Kits or other gotchas? Our contract review will make sure you're covering all the bases. Or if you are interested in quick mil-spec pack and ship overviews try our Mil-Std-129 Compliance Guide.

Example MSL Label Mil-Standard-129

How does the service work?

Data Prep
Provide us with your contract details and a few more pieces of information about your shipment that isn't provided in the contract. Don't know what to provide, that's ok too. Just give us what you can and we'll work through building your shipment together.

Once we have the data set in a clean format that satisfies all of the compliance requirements and your shipping needs, we'll produce proofs for you. You can see exactly what you'll receive. Some contractors share the proofs with their COR or Inspector prior to approval.

Once the proofs are approved, we go right to production. We can either make Thermal transfer printed Mil-Std-129 labels or Sheet Label printed Mil-Std-129 labels. Typically if the approval happens before noon, the labels will go out that day. Do you need them instantly? We can provide you with PDF versions that you can print out yourself.

Example Exterior Container Label Mil-Standard-129


What data do I need for my labels?
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Contract-specific data can be found on the contract itself and includes things like the Contract Number, the Required Delivery Date, the NSN, and your CAGE Code. Non-Contract Specific data in primarily descriptive of the shipment itself such as the Ship-Date, Weights, Cubes, Serial Numbers, and Quantities within each Packing-Level.

Will I be rejected if I do not label my shipment?
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That is like asking if you will get a ticket if you speed. Only if you get caught. And just like speeding, you'll likely feel the pain in more than one way. The shipment may be rejected and when that happens there is no payment. You may or may not hear about it in a timely fashion which means you may not be paid for a long time. You will likely have to spend considerable staff-time researching what seems to be the problem. You may be charged back by the receiving entity for them having to label (or re-label) your shipment - and it won't be cheap. We're talking hundreds of dollars. Lastly your company's Quality Performance Score with the government suffers and negatively impacts your ability to win future contracts.

I have never been rejected in the past for not labeling according to 129, why was I rejected this time?
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Since mid-2014 it has been our experience that the government is increasing the level of scrutiny to its inbound supply chain operations resulting in increased reject rates.

Do I need to overlaminate my labels?
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This is a tough one. Throughout Mil-Std-129 there are clear requirements for the use of overlaminate on exterior containers. We do recommend for it.

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