Engineered With Growers In Mind

The Label Gator™ was developed with the vision to meet new demands growers are faced with, from retailers and “big box” stores. Label Gator™ Brand systems are pre-wired to make these dynamic market changes a breeze for our greenhouse and nursery customers. The Label Gator™ allows growers to cut labor costs, reduce container inventory, and react quickly to constantly changing label requirements.

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Intuitive Software

Our easy to use custom interface starts with your very own data. Your label design and data is pre-loaded on the touch screen PC included in the system.

Unmatched Speed

The Label Gator™ system applies labels at an unprecedented rate. The apply-only labeling system processes up to eighty 608-cell tray labels per minute.

Superior Technology

The system utilizes proprietary PLC communication to fully integrate conveyor speed, printing, label application and secondary processing functions.

One-On-One Support

We are committed to understanding your requirements while meeting or exceeding your expectations.

A Few Of Our Satisfied Clients


“The Label Gator™ staff was very informative in the complete setup and training of our crews. Within a week our crew was running the Label Gator™ like it had been here for years. The Label Gator™ actually helped increase our production by setting a faster pace.”

Chad Corso Vice President, Wholesale Corso’s Perennials

Labeling Innovation Summit Article From Floral Daily

On August 3rd, Great Lakes Label, LLC hosted their second annual Labeling Innovation Summit at their manufacturing facility in Comstock Park, MI 49321, United States.

The Labeling Innovation Summit featured top suppliers and industry experts in the printing and packaging industry such as ACTEGA, Fasson, Nicoat, Wilson Manufacturing, Fujifilm, Kurz Foils, Mark-Marker, and Safety-Decals. Attendees gained valuable insight on the latest packaging and labeling trends, state-of-the-art printing technology, as well as an exclusive behind the scenes look of the flexographic printing process.

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