Bag Tag

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Bag Tag

A label placed on a sack of bulk mail stating its contents and destination. A bag tag is also called a sack tag. See also: Bagging.
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Taxi drivers would be able to weigh luggage, print boarding passes and issue luggage tags.
Peakpoints Bag Tag is an innovative lost-and-found solution powered by Tag-a-Bag - a provider of next generation bag and luggage tags.
Special gift packs were handed to guests on the inaugural flight, containing luggage tags, passport holders, commemorative A380 certificates and complimentary Wi-Fi vouchers.
Brandon said that there are four other supplemental luggage tags in the world that can do what PBX does, but none of them is available in the U.
Brandon said there are four other supplemental luggage tags in the world that can do what PBX does, but none of them is available in the U.
This year as well as carrying a large cross, the churches further engaged with the community by gathering details of people's, businesses' and organisations' concerns or "burdens", noting them on luggage tags and carrying them tied to rucksacks during the walk (see picture).
Passers-by were encouraged to write kind and upbeat messages on luggage tags used to create the tree's leaves.
The International Air Transport Association Baggage Working Group has created standards for permanent luggage tags.
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T-shirts, tote bags, dog bowls, luggage tags, car stickers, coffee mugs and much more.
it's weather resistant, withstanding water and extreme temperatures, and can be written on with pen or pencil or printed on, making it an excellent solution for plant and nursery identification tags, luggage tags and food tags.
Since 23 November 2012, the entire check-in process has been carried out manually: boarding cards and luggage tags are written and affixed by hand.