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Why PVC belongs on your turntable, not your hazmat labels

Why PVC belongs on your turntable, not your hazmat labels

Ask any music fan—vinyl is in a full-fledged comeback. Old records are emerging from basements and grandparents’ houses everywhere, and the pressed black polyvinyl chloride (PVC) disc is once again the hip way to buy new music. PVC was once the hip material for hazmat labels, too. But environmental and health concerns about PVC have

Seals Series, Volume 3

How a security seal control program protects your hazardous materials

Seals Series, Volume 3 — Seals are a great, underappreciated hazmat security tool. In our last couple of posts, we’ve talked about situations where seals are essential in Dangerous Goods security, and where seals are a better choice than locks. But seals by themselves can only do so much. To fully exploit their potential, you

Seals Series, Volume 2

Dangerous Goods security: 5 reasons to choose a seal over a lock

Seals Series, Volume 2 — Since our high school locker days, most of us are conditioned to think that the best way to keep things secure is with a lock. In the Dangerous Goods world, though, locks aren’t always the best choice. When is a seal better than a lock? You might be surprised:  

11 places security seals are essential in Dangerous Goods

11 places security seals are essential in Dangerous Goods

Seals Series, Volume 1 — If you’re in the Dangerous Goods business, you probably use security seals somewhere. Maybe lots of somewheres. But you might not realize how many ways and places DG professionals put seals to work. A closure device that can be opened only once can protect more than you might think. Locks

10 Reasons to add barcodes to your Dangerous Goods labels

Dangerous Goods (DG) identification and shipping is complex. One way to simplify things is by adding barcodes to your labels. When you make every DG container and package barcode-scanable, you’ll improve processes, reduce human error, cut down on frustrated shipments and carrier rejections, and keep labeling in compliance. Many Labelmaster customers specify labels with barcodes,

Labelmaster’s Dangerous Goods Information System (DGIS) Software Now Provides SAP Integration

  Here is a snippet from the press release that went out this morning: “Integrating with SAP, the market leader in enterprise application software, makes perfect sense given the demand from our customers,” said Forest Himmelfarb, Vice President at Labelmaster. “SAP focuses in most of the industries where hazmat compliance is most acute, including the

The Anatomy of a Proper Hazmat Label

Need to move, store or assure your products? Don’t leave it to chance! Whether you need your labels to be in compliance, endure harsh conditions, visibly display your message or whatever your need may be; trust Labelmaster! Not all labels are created equal and we get the science of labels.     There are labels.

Labelmaster to Showcase Spacemaster® Placarding System at Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS) This Week!

Labelmaster will be at the Mid-America Trucking Show beginning Thursday, March 27th.  This year’s event is being held at the Kentucky Exposition Center and is the largest heavy-duty trucking event in the world.  The Mid-America Trucking Show is the annual forum for the heavy-duty trucking industry, providing face-to-face interaction between industry representatives and trucking professionals.

Free Label Templates – Easy to Use and Print Using Your Own Hardware

Never hand-write company or other important information on your labels again! Labelmaster is proud to help customers maintain legible and professional self-imprinted information on their labels using standard office software and common in-house printers. For more, see www.labelmaster.com/printer-templates for a full description of our template offering.

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