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New Avery UltraDuty™ GHS Chemical Labels for Pigment-Based Inkjet Printers Deliver Extreme Chemical Resistance

Avery Products Corporation, the leading manufacturer of printable labels and cards, announced today the launch of Avery UltraDuty GHS Chemical Labels designed for pigment-based desktop inkjet printers. The new line is an extension to the company’s collection of heavy-duty industrial labels, which help organizations comply with the OSHA-mandated Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).

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Avery® Products Launches New Line of UltraDuty™ GHS Chemical Labels and Free GHS Wizard Software

Avery® Products Corporation, the leading manufacturer of printable labels and cards, announced today the launch of Avery® UltraDuty™ GHS Chemical Labels, a new line of heavy-duty industrial labels that help organizations comply with the OSHA-mandated Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).

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OKI Data Americas Adds Avery to its List of Globally Harmonized System Chemical Labeling Partners

OKI Data Americas announces that its C711 digital color printer, in conjunction with Avery® UltraDuty™ GHS Chemical Labels, has been approved for the production of Globally Harmonized System (GHS) hazardous chemical labeling applications. Output from the C711 paired with Avery UltraDuty Labels passes seawater submersion and U.S. Department of Transportation UV resistance requirements for chemical labeling when used with genuine OKI® consumables.

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Easing the Transition to GHS Label Compliance

Flexible, lower cost options enable organizations to print durable GHS labels on demand. At the 5.3 million organizations exposed to hazardous chemicals in the U.S., managers in charge of safety, purchasing, facilities or operations must now ask if their chemical labels are GHS compliant. A The “Globally Harmonized System” (GHS) was established by the United Nations to create a unified system for identifying and communicating hazardous chemicals.

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