Label Printing From Lexmark Using Tiered Color Billing

September 20, 2018

Here is information from Lexmark: Dont forget you can match this Label Printing with Tiered Color Pricing to Save More on Label Printing Costs.

GHS Label Printing

GHS labels when and where you need them with on-demand, color printing

GHS stands for the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals and is a global system used to label chemical substances for transport.

Our GHS Label Printing solution enables manufacturers to produce color-printed labels for transporting and using hazardous materials. With color laser printers from Lexmark, you can save time and reduce waste by printing only the labels you need, when you need them.

With our GHS Label Printing solution, you can:

  • Print labels in color and on demand
  • Eliminate the need to store and maintain pre-printed label stock across different locations
  • Print on the right media to handle tough environments with proven and reliable Lexmark devices
  • Gain a solution certified for international maritime shipments

Save time and money with color printing
With the need for color pictograms and the desire for consistent corporate branding, printing in color is the answer. By using color printers, you can achieve consistent labels that meet both GHS requirements and your company brand guidelines. And, you can print all aspects of the label at once using blank label stock.

Eliminate the need for pre-printed label stock
Some companies use pre-printed color label stock for every combination of pictograms required for creating proper labels. There’s a better way. With color printing, use blank label stock to print complete GHS labels when and where you need them, and eliminate the inventory tasks for managing pre-printed stock combinations.

Print labels that withstand the elements
We partner with leading media providers to print labels that withstand tough environments.  Lexmark is one of only two printer companies that meet the 90-day seawater submersion test required for the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) code and the British Standard (BS) 5609 Marine Immersion Label Testing Standard for international shipments of hazardous materials. Most printers can’t meet the complex requirements for producing hazardous chemical labels. Lexmark printers do.

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Bill Siderys