Greg Wimble

Greg Wimble

Greg Wimble has more than twenty-five years of experience in manufacturing and supply chain software applications. As the Chemical Industry Specialist at Loftware, Inc., he provides guidance to chemical manufacturers on the implementation of enterprise labeling solutions to accomplish their goals and meet complex global and regulatory challenges in the global supply chain.

Recent Posts by Greg Wimble:

by Greg Wimble, on December 5, 2017

Will U.S. rules begin to echo GHS more closely? The name Globally Harmonized System appears to indicate that the chemical labeling guidelines therein will span the world. However, unless companies …

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Topics:RegulatoryChemicalLabeling

by Greg Wimble, on October 31, 2017

Chemical producers must stay agile and responsive. Manufacturing and distributing vital chemicals is a challenging field defined by complex regulations and unexpected supply chain risk. Companies operating in this sector …

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Topics:Supply ChainRegulatoryChemicalLogistics

by Greg Wimble, on September 25, 2017

The chemical industry can change on a dime. Chemical manufacturers must find every possible opportunity to build flexibility into their operations. Scaling production up or down based on the relative …

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Topics:Supply ChainRegulatoryChemicalLabeling

by Greg Wimble, on August 24, 2017

THe chemical sector has seen merger and acquisition activity of late. Chemical producers need to keep up with their market, responding to changing forces and demand shaped by high-level interactions …

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Topics:RegulatoryChemical

by Greg Wimble, on July 24, 2017

A year later, not every chemical producer is in line with GHS. Getting chemical labeling in line with the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) has been a priority for years. Since …

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Topics:Supply ChainRegulatoryChemicalLabeling

by Greg Wimble, on June 12, 2017

Better chemical labeling is essential - and can have extra benefits. Labeling in the chemical manufacturing industry is an essential part of business, as the industry is legislated by a …

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Topics:Supply ChainRegulatoryChemical

by Greg Wimble, on May 25, 2017

Does the Trump administration herald OSHA changes? While product labeling would be a lot simpler if one day the rules were declared truly finalized forever, it's clear that such a …

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Topics:RegulatoryChemical

by Greg Wimble, on April 24, 2017

OSHA and GHS chemical labeling laws could be getting closer together. Chemical labeling is one of the most important details manufacturers of potentially harmful substances have to deal with. Failure …

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Topics:RegulatoryChemicalManufacturing

by Greg Wimble, on March 21, 2017

While it's essential that chemical manufacturers keep up with all relevant labeling laws, the process isn't easy. After all, the regulations in this field are always changing. Getting things right …

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Topics:Supply ChainRegulatoryChemical

by Greg Wimble, on February 28, 2017

For years companies in the chemical industry have struggled with how they integrate partners like distributors and tollers into their processes. Today many companies use third parties as extensions of …

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Topics:Supply ChainRegulatoryChemical

by Greg Wimble, on December 9, 2016

The possibility of environmental disasters threatens development around the world. Nations throughout the developing world are seeking new corporate investment. But environmental issues are demonstrating how challenging this can be …

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Topics:Chemical

by Greg Wimble, on October 7, 2016

Last week’s Fall meeting of the Society for Chemical Hazard Communication (SCHC) in Arlington, VA, revealed that even with OSHA’s GHS deadlines behind them, chemical professionals face ongoing labeling challenges …

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Topics:RegulatoryChemical

by Greg Wimble, on March 29, 2016

The recent Best Practices for Chemicals conference in Houston brought together a good cross section of business, functional and technology professionals to share solutions, ideas and strategies to improve performance …

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Topics:RegulatoryChemicalSAP Labeling