Executive Briefings

Labelmaster Unit Offers Consulting, Services in Area of Dangerous Goods

Labelmaster, focused on providing products for the safe handling and shipment of dangerous goods, has formed Labelmaster Services, to offer dangerous goods packing, consulting and other hazmat-related products to shippers, freight forwarders, manufacturers and distributors in the United States.

"We see the need for shippers, freight forwarders, manufacturers and distributors to be able to handle dangerous goods shipments safely and conveniently," says Alan Schoen, chief operating officer of Labelmaster Services. "[This] is a natural extension of the high-quality products already offered by Labelmaster to anyone involved in shipping hazardous materials."

Labelmaster Services is expected to start operations with the opening of a dangerous goods packing facility in the Chicago O'Hare area. "We will offer the best products, and the services of the most knowledgeable people. With the existing resources at Labelmaster, combined with the new talent being added to Labelmaster Services, we will create products and services that will offer unprecedented safety and instill customer confidence," Schoen says.

Labelmaster, established in 1967, is a developer, manufacturer, distributor, and marketer of hazardous materials compliance products, including labels, forms, packaging, software, and publications.

Visit www.labelmaster.com.

 

Labelmaster, focused on providing products for the safe handling and shipment of dangerous goods, has formed Labelmaster Services, to offer dangerous goods packing, consulting and other hazmat-related products to shippers, freight forwarders, manufacturers and distributors in the United States.

"We see the need for shippers, freight forwarders, manufacturers and distributors to be able to handle dangerous goods shipments safely and conveniently," says Alan Schoen, chief operating officer of Labelmaster Services. "[This] is a natural extension of the high-quality products already offered by Labelmaster to anyone involved in shipping hazardous materials."

Labelmaster Services is expected to start operations with the opening of a dangerous goods packing facility in the Chicago O'Hare area. "We will offer the best products, and the services of the most knowledgeable people. With the existing resources at Labelmaster, combined with the new talent being added to Labelmaster Services, we will create products and services that will offer unprecedented safety and instill customer confidence," Schoen says.

Labelmaster, established in 1967, is a developer, manufacturer, distributor, and marketer of hazardous materials compliance products, including labels, forms, packaging, software, and publications.

Visit www.labelmaster.com.