The new global ISO 20560 standard ensures greater occupational safety by standardizing the marking of pipes (above ground) and tanks. Find out more in this blog post!
Have you ever wondered what the e-mark on prepacked products means? Find out in this blog post!
Manual labeling of products is a common procedure for simple applications and small production volumes.
In order to meet the constantly evolving requirements for medical devices, the European Parliament and the European Council issued the new EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) 2017/745 on April 5, 2017. Here’s what you need to know!
It requires special materials and adhesives for labels to withstand moisture, freezing environments and changing conditions in the cold chain. Here’s what you need to know about labelling at cold temperatures!
Be it for the marking of samples in laboratories and hospitals or the traceability of banked blood: Barcode labels are used as the most reliable type of identification. Read here what is important in terms of labeling!
There are various ways to implement hazard labeling in compliance with GHS. A new, interesting approach: Print the hazard symbols directly on the product instead of attaching a GHS label. Find out here what advantages this has!
Barcodes can be found everywhere: on food packaging in the supermarket, on shipping packages in