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Loftware is the global market leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions with more than 5,000 customers in over 100 countries. Our software integrates with SAP®, Oracle® and other leading enterprise applications to produce mission-critical barcode labels, documents, and RFID Smart tags across the supply chain.

With over 25 years of industry leadership, our design, native print, and built-in business rules functionality drives topline revenue, increases customer satisfaction, and maximizes supply chain efficiency for our customers.



Based on discussions with leading global companies, the Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling reflects evolving supply chain themes and technological advancements that compel businesses to look at labeling differently in 2014. View »


Loftware Spectrum® is the the next generation enterprise labeling solution designed to address the complex labeling requirements of your large organization via a browser-based interface that’s easy to use. View »


Discover how leading global manufacturer, Hypertherm®, ultimately saved millions after deploying Loftware’s 100% browser based, all-in-one enterprise labeling solution, Loftware Spectrum® View »


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Labeling for GHS in the International Marketplace

The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is global, but is it truly harmonized?

Chandra Deeds Gioiello, MS, CIH, Senior Staff at Industrial Health and Safety Consultants, Inc., and Masters in Industrial Hygiene, will discuss the complexities of the international GHS marketplace. From country to country, GHS has been adopted differently. Companies that attempt to enter a country without compliant GHS labeling in place for that particular market can face recalls, fines, or even destruction of their shipments at the border.

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The electronics industry today creates products embedded in so many types of manufactured items: automobiles, airplanes, computers, a multitude of consumer goods, in the “internet of things,” and much more. A sprawling set of global supply chains has increased disparate labeling systems spread across many enterprises. How effective is labeling in the electronics industry today? View »

OSHA’s revised Hazard Communication Standard has presented manufacturers, formulators and distributors with the challenge of revising their Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and the product labels by June 1, 2015. This paper will explore the background of the regulation, some of the issues raised in adopting it, and some of the challenges that chemical producers and shippers will encounter in complying with the GHS. View »
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Chemical Industry Enterprise Labeling: Demands, Risks & Implications

From raw materials and manufacturing facility requirements to end-user delivery, every step of a chemical product’s passage through the supply chain must be understood, strategized, and implemented without failure. For this sector in particular, mistakes can be disastrous.

At the same time, the chemical industry also faces many of the same issues associated with less dangerous or toxic substances:

  • The purpose of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification (GHS)
  • Labeling mishaps specific to the chemicals supply chain
  • Review of requirements for chemicals product identification
  • How enterprise labeling can address multiple chemical supply chain needs

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