Manufacturers Adapt to GHS Colour Labelling Requirements with the Kiaro! Label Printer
QuickLabel has devoted countless hours and resources to becoming experts on the rules and regulations of GHS labelling.
Understand every facet of GHS law, through our free GHS white-paper. You also have the opportunity to learn first-hand how you can print compliant GHS labels through a free, personalized GHS printing demonstration that one of our regional printing experts will bring to you.
So why does the Kiaro! work so well with GHS labelling?
The Kiaro! Provides Color for GHS Compliance & Brand Recognition
Most GHS label printers offer the ability to print GHS compliant labels in just two colors, red and black.
But the Kiaro! offers more – like the ability to instantly print full color GHS labels in 1200 dpi resolution.
You’ll be able to print your entire chemical label in seconds, including your logo and primary display panel graphics – as well as the red and black GHS pictograms, text, barcode and serializations.
Printing in full color, 1200 dpi allows your compliant GHS labels to send two messages:
- Your product is packaged safely by a responsible manufacturer.
- Your company logo and branding stands out from other competitors.
While other companies are stuck with identical packaging, you’ll gain valuable competitive advantages by both maintaining GHS compliance and showing off your signature brand.
The advertising real estate offered by an in-house printed label with messaging you craft will ensure your customers and clients never forget where their chemicals are manufactured, and who they’re manufactured by.
The Kiaro! Prints GHS Compliant Labels Instantly
As soon as a product label design has been approved, finished labels can be printed in minutes.
The Kiaro! D is the most cost-effective way to print GHS labels in-house. Chemical producers with QuickLabel printers will not experience delays in packaging or shipping products after adopting GHS labeling standards.
Overall, the Kiaro! Easily Prints Compliant GHS Labels
Hazard communications content can vary on each GHS label, and manufacturers are finding it wasteful to pre-print GHS labels for each chemical they sell.
The most reliable option is to use labeling software to link to your database of chemical descriptions in combination with a digital label printer to print the right description onto the right label.
With a robust color label printer such as the Kiaro! and a fully-featured GHS labeling software such as NiceLabel, it is easy to become compliant and maintain compliance.
See for Yourself!
Schedule an in-person demonstration with a Kiaro! label printer and save $500 towards your purchase. During the demo, you will see your artwork in production and see how great your labels can look!
Learn more and contact us today!