October 21, 2014 9:02 PM ET

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Company Overview of American Labelmark Company, Inc.

Company Overview

American Labelmark Company, Inc., doing business as Labelmaster, develops, manufactures, markets, and distributes hazardous materials compliance products. Its products include labels, forms, placards, packaging, software, publications, placarding systems, books, forms, signs, lockout/tagout kits and components, safety and shipping products, facility management products, and pallet and crate seals. The company provides shipping paper software, electronic publications, training software, label printing software, and dangerous goods information system software. It offers hazardous materials consulting, assessment, and technology services to clients in the United States and internationally. The ...

5724 North Pulaski Road

Chicago, IL 60646

United States

Founded in 1967

Phone:

773-478-0900

Fax:

800-723-4327

Key Executives for American Labelmark Company, Inc.

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American Labelmark Company, Inc. Key Developments

Labelmaster's Dangerous Goods Information System Software Now Provides SAP Integration

Labelmaster has released a set of SAP integration tools for its Dangerous Goods Information System (DGIS) software. DGIS is the most robust software solution available to manage compliance with hazardous material transport regulations. Thousands of customers use DGIS to manage the safety and compliance risks involved in transporting hazardous materials and to drive efficiencies in the shipping process. Labelmaster partnered with Norstar Consulting Group to develop SAP integration tools. Norstar offers decades of SAP experience, and involvement in hundreds of implementations, including many where hazardous material transport was a critical issue. Labelmaster will be participating at SAP's ASUG/SAPPHIRE conference June 3 - 5 in Orlando.

Labelmaster Expands Product Line to Include G2G Snap-N-Secure Pallet and Crate Seal

Labelmaster announced that it has expanded its product line to include the G2G Snap-N-Secure Pallet and Crate Seal. The G2G seal is a tough polycarbonate solution that easily snaps in place without the use of an installation tool and accommodates 1/2" to 3/4" wide polyester and steel strapping. This is the only pallet seal on the market that is easy to install, economical, and can be applied to both steel and polyester strapping. The G2G Pallet and Crate Seal is designed to snap in place over the strapping clips so the strapping cannot be removed and replaced; thus securing the contents. G2G Pallet and Crate Seals can be customized with various barcodes, inkjet markings, or consecutive numbering for track and trace from point of origin to destination--providing complete chain of custody.

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