We have over 30 years experience creating badges, labels and nameplates for the marine industry, where the durability of our products experience the toughest conditions. We have provided robust solutions for use in some of the harshest environments in the world, including extreme deep water and freezing conditions.

As our labelling can be found on some of the market leading diving, navigation and weather system equipment, we understand that when designing products for those in the marine industry, durability is key. Our extensive range of materials, products and finishes mean that the quality and style of your brand and product will be clearly reflected in the badging and labelling.

Our team will work with you to provide advice and recommendation on all areas of the process, including adhesives to ensure that regardless of temperature, pressure or wet conditions your labelling won’t dislodge or degrade. With the ability to create bespoke products, such as badges that reflect light underwater, or print sequentially numbered safety information, our UK–based manufacturing facility can fulfil all of your branding and labelling requirements.

“We should all express our thanks to Shaun and the production guys at Diametric for shipping these labels ahead of time and thus helping our relationship with the end customer.”

Les – Virtual Access

Diametric wins SME of the Year at 2018 Solent Business Awards

Diametric is delighted to announce that they have won SME of the Year at this year’s Solent Business Awards. Diametric were announced as winners during the awards ceremony held at the Ageas Bowl on the 18th October. Of the six...


Diametric Achieves JLRQ Award

Diametric is delighted to announce that it has been awarded JLRQ status by Jaguar Land Rover (JLR). The award was presented on Wednesday 5th December at Diametric’s Head Office in Swanmore. JLRQ status is the quality trust mark from JLR...



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