'Dyeing' For GHS
Like other companies in the chemical market, Pylam needed to comply with the new GHS requirements. However, Pylam wanted to change their labeling process as well. According to Aaron Reynolds, Vice President, “we had been using an HP Color Laser printing plain paper and covering with tape on the package. As a part of the new GHS requirements, we decided to switch to “drum size” durable labels with adhesive to improve the look of our products being shipped. We wanted our labels to look robust and durable” says Aaron.
During our first conversation, I learned Aaron was interested in purchasing a GP-C831 printer. After Pylam purchased the GP-C831 printer, I helped Aaron configure and learn how to use the printer. We had him printing labels quickly and easily. According to Aaron, "the labels look very appealing; and communicates positively about our products. I believe our customers appreciate the new look of our labels."
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