Labeling Innovations from Weber

Weber Packaging Solutions is Headed to Pack Expo 2013

Posted by Margaret O'Leary

Sep 19, 2013 6:27:00 AM

Our bags are packed, our crates are shipped and we're off to sunny Las Vegas for Pack Expo 2013.

This year we're bringing more eye-catching, decorative labels to our booth than ever before! We'll be showcasing craft beer labels, clear wine labels, medical device labels, food labels, and more.


New Color Label Printers


A recent addition to Weber's product line is the QuadraColor inkjet label printer. This printer utilizes the latest inkjet technology to print stunning color images on label material. While our HP Indigo digital press allows for very low minimums, this printer is a solution for in-house, on-demand label printer with no inventory or minimum requirement.


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Topics: Label Applicators, GHS Labeling, Labeling Systems, Digital Labels, Trade Show

Printing GHS Chemical Labels with the Epson ColorWorks

Posted by Margaret O'Leary

May 21, 2013 4:53:00 AM

Take a Tour of the New Epson ColorWorks Printer

As I mentioned in a previous post, "Are You Ready for GHS Labeling," GHS labeling requirements will go into effect in the US in 2015. To ease this transition, we recommend the Epson ColorWorks printer. It makes creating and printing your GHS label easy and cost-effective.

The printer, ink and label material are now available for purchase on

We put together a quick video tour of the new Epson GP-C831 inkjet label printer to show you how simple printing a GHS label can be.


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Topics: GHS Labeling

Are You Ready for GHS Chemical Labeling?

Posted by Margaret O'Leary

Apr 19, 2013 6:08:00 AM

Big changes are coming for regulated chemical labels.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) officially adopted a ruling that changes its Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to match the guidelines of the Globally Harmonized System (GHS).

This new labeling system sets out to reduce confusion, create a standard process and educate users.


Current Compliant Labels

In 1994, OSHA mandated that containers with hazardous chemicals must be labeled with a product identifier and hazard statements appropriate for each hazardous chemical.

For years Weber customers were able to use blank thermal-transfer labels or direct-thermal labels to print this product and hazard information.

Other companies ordered pre-printed color labels using the Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS) boxes and then imprinted specific safety information on-site. They were able to variably-imprint their individual products' Health, Flammability, Reactivity and Personal Protection ratings.

But starting in 2015, those elements alone will no longer be compliant with OSHA. Manufacturers will be able to continue to use the HMIS information on their labels, but they also will be required to include more specific elements that are in the GHS guidelines.


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Topics: Labeling Regulations, GHS Labeling, Label Printers

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