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Labelmaster to Examine Hazmat Shipping Challenges at Parcel Forum 2019

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Labelmaster, the leading provider of products, services and technology for the safe and compliant transport of dangerous goods (DG) and hazardous materials (hazmat), today announced that Vice President of Software & Customer Success Mario Sagastume will present at Parcel Forum 2019 in Dallas, TX, October 28 – 30. The presentation, titled “Hazmat: What You & Your Customers May Not Know You Are Shipping,” will take place on Wednesday, October 30 from 9:00 AM – 9:50 AM.

Parcel Forum is dedicated to professionals responsible for the shipping, warehousing, packaging, distribution and delivery of parcels, and most at the event are not hazmat experts. That is why, in his presentation, Sagastume will examine the hazmat dangers currently present in the parcel supply chain and outline steps companies can take to ensure they are shipping hazmat products compliantly. Attendees will hear what products are considered “hazmat,” gain a better understanding of who defines the hazmat rules, and learn how shippers, carriers (and even consumers) must comply with these rules in order to maintain a safe and secure supply chain.

“The rise of decentralized, omni-channel e-commerce has led to a greater number of shipments originating from more locations than ever before, with a larger number of these containing hazmat,” said Sagastume. “Unfortunately, many professionals responsible for handling parcels along the supply chain may not have experience with dangerous goods. And in some cases, they may not even be aware that they are handling dangerous goods – putting themselves, their businesses and their customers at risk. It is critical for companies to understand what ‘hazmat’ items exist within their supply chain, and to take the proper steps to ensure they are being packed, stored and transported properly.”

Presentation attendees will also learn how to quantify the value of safe and compliant transport management from a cost savings and revenue-generating perspective. Sagastume added, “While shipping dangerous goods can be complex, shippers who simply turn away shipments containing these types of goods are missing out on a significant growth opportunity. But with the right product information, processes, training and systems, organizations can manage hazmat shipping efficiently – adding real business value.”

Find out how dangerous goods compliance can become a value-added component of your supply chain operations, and boost your company’s profitability, by downloading the free Total Value of Compliance technical brief.

To learn how to make sure your shipments are safe and in complete compliance with hazmat shipping regulations, visit:

About Labelmaster

For more than five decades, Labelmaster has been the go-to source for companies – big and small – to navigate and comply with the complex, ever-changing regulations that govern the transport of dangerous goods and hazardous materials. From hazmat labels and UN-certified packaging, hazmat placards and regulatory publications, to advanced technology and regulatory training, Labelmaster’s comprehensive offering of industry-leading software, products, and services helps customers remain compliant with all dangerous goods regulations, mitigate risk and maintain smooth, safe operations. Labelmaster’s dedication to supporting its customers’ operational and compliance needs is enhanced through its unmatched industry expertise and consulting services, which serve as a valuable resource for customers to answer difficult and commonplace regulatory questions. Whether you’re shipping hazardous materials by land, air, or sea, Labelmaster is your partner in keeping your business ahead of regulations and compliant every step of the way. To learn more, visit