Whether you are an existing distributor or just starting out, we can support you to build your brand. We offer a range of different labelling options to suit your situation. The majority of our labels, we design and print in house. For more complex labels, we work closely with a number of marketing professionals and label manufacturers, who can take your products to the next level.
We ensure that all our customers are kept up to date with changing regulations and they can rely on us to prepare for any legislative changes that may affect their products. CLP Regulation No 1272/2008 is the current EU legislation on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, and replaces the Dangerous Substances and Dangerous Mixtures Directives. The aim is to standardise the classifying and labelling of chemicals by bringing them into line with the United Nations Globally Harmonised System.
What does this mean?
This means that products have had to be reclassified and new labels and Material Safety Data Sheets produced. The orange and black hazard symbol have been replaced by a new set of pictograms in red and white diamonds. These will be accompanied by Hazard Statements and Precautionary Statements. Some products will now attract different hazard information and for example a product that was classed as an ‘irritant’, may now be ‘corrosive’ despite it being exactly the same formulation.
If you have any queries regarding this, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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