Agriculture and Chemical Labels in New Zealand

Protect your supply chain with the help of Unimax, the leading provider of agricultural & chemical labels in New Zealand.

Chemical product manufacturers and retailers struggled for years trying to keep up with an industry that is changing at a rapid pace, with a growing collection of rules when it comes to labelling.

These rules include the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System (GHS), which requires these elements in chemical labels:

  • Hazard statements
  • Precautionary statements
  • Signal words
  • Hazard pictograms

Noncompliance of these rules often results in businesses having their products removed from retail shelves.

Here are some of the dangers that our chemical labels can identify and warn against:

  • Flammable/explosive substances
  • Corrosive substances
  • Toxic substances
  • Dangers to the environment
  • Gases under pressure
  • Oxidisers
  • Harmful/irritant compounds

Protect Your Business with Unimax

Businesses, including those serving the agriculture industry, have saved time and controlled label compliance with the help of Unimax. They have also:

  • Eliminated labelling errors
  • Provided consistent label production
  • Reduced operating costs

We Help You Make the Right Labelling Choices

When printing labels for agriculture & chemical industries, in particular agriculture labels, it is important to make sure the right chemical-resistant and variable-imprint label materials are compatible with the print technology you are using. With our expertise at Unimax, we can help you make the right labelling choices, to provide a clear, tough and long lasting label for your chemical containers.

Chemical Labels Designed to Withstand Environmental Factors

We produce chemical labels that can withstand harsh environmental factors, such as outdoor daylight exposure, heat, scuffing and chemical spillage. We only use high-grade inks and materials to increase the durability of your labels. We also use cutting-edge technology, which means bottle, bag, box and pail labels can be printed faster, along with ingredients, barcodes and the required hazard warning label panels.

Meet Strict Labelling Guidelines First Time

With our expertise in the field, we clearly understand the chemical labelling industry, and we understand the strict guidelines surrounding the labelling of chemicals. We also fully understand the importance of clear and accurate communication of the chemical ingredients in products.

Unimax can help you with your chemical labelling needs. Call us today for a consultation.

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