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GHS, the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, is an internationally agreed-upon system for the classification and labeling of chemicals. In Europe it is to be implemented through the regulation called CLP (Classification, Labelling and Packaging of substances and mixtures). As of 01/06/2015 the classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures using the CLP regulation is mandatory.

Companies GHS

Brewes GmbH, Germany

Since 1990, we supply and produce signs, stickers and labels for product labeling, process control and occupational health and safety. In addition to a wide range of standard markings, we also provide individual solutions in small and high numbers at a fair price-performance ratio. Our customers are more

KFT Chemieservice GmbH, Germany


etifix GmbH, Germany

Since more than 45 years we produce Pressure Sensitive labels in a top quality in all available label materials such as paperand synthetic materials of all kinds. We produce our labels after the rules of the pharmaceutical and chemical-technical industry. We produce labels up to 10 colours and prot more

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News GHS

  • BASF commissions one of Europe’s most advanced production plants for form release agents

    Supporting the increasing demand for ecologically sound and user friendly products, BASF commissioned a new production plant for form release agents that is among the most advanced and most efficient in Europe. Opened at the company’s in Staßfurt site in May 2015, the new facility produces release a more

  • New version of the OECD eChemPortal is now online

    A new version of the eChemPortal has been launched by OECD. It provides free public access to information on more than 600,000 records on chemical substances. By launching the new eChemPortal, the OECD has reached a new milestone in the long-standing international commitment to making publicly avail more

  • ECHA Invites Companies to Get Ready and Notify in Time

    The EU Regulation on Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) places new legal obligations on chemical companies operating in the EU market. By 1 December 2010, they are required to classify and label their hazardous substances according to the CLP rules. Industry has to notify the classificati more

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