Labelmaster, a provider of products, services and technology for the safe and compliant transport of dangerous goods and hazardous materials, announced the release of hazmat labels, placards and marks for extreme conditions. Designed to withstand cold, ultraviolet and solvent exposure and wet and oily surfaces, these durable labels, placards and marks can endure harsh supply chain conditions without fading, deteriorating or lifting.
“Dangerous goods labels, placards and marks contain vital information for content identification, warning and instructional labeling, but often fail when exposed to extreme conditions,” said Alan Schoen, president, Labelmaster. “Labelmaster’s new labels, placards and marks are designed specifically to withstand the harsh supply chain conditions that dangerous goods face.”
Made to suit specific customer needs, these labels feature superior adhesion and resistance that can withstand exposure to a wide range of elements and substances, including cold environments, oily surfaces, wet surfaces, solvent exposure and ultraviolet exposure.
“There is tremendous risk associated with shipping and handling dangerous goods, which is why there are such stringent rules and regulations around how these goods must be marked and labeled,” said Shoen. “With these dependable, long-lasting labels, placards and marks, companies can have complete confidence that their dangerous goods labels and placards will not fail, no matter what conditions they face.”
In the ever-shifting world of dangerous goods shipping, Labelmaster keeps your business ahead of regulations and compliant every step of the way. Whether you're shipping hazardous materials by land, air or sea, we provide always up-to-date expertise to ensure every shipment runs smoothly. With the most comprehensive assortment of software, products, and services available, every box is checked and nothing is left to chance. From hazmat labels and UN certified packaging to regulatory training, Labelmaster keeps you cool, and compliant, every day.
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