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Safeware Quasar Exhibits at Chemspec Europe

Published: Friday, March 29, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, March 29, 2013
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Company will display its products in Munich from 5th to 6th June 2013.

Safeware Quasar, the safety data sheet software, EH&S and chemical labelling specialist will exhibit at ChemSpec Europe in Munich, Germany from 5th to 6th June 2013.

Safeware Quasar will be appearing at the show on stand 3RH3. The company will be displaying examples of their chemical labelling along with multiple labelling and distribution modules.

There will also be demonstrations of their latest software releases and flagship safety data sheet authoring package SDS Professional. Examples of data sheets will also be given from the stand.

IML will be appearing on the stand alongside Safeware Quasar. IML are specialists in creating labels for industries in which product identification and traceability are key.

The pre-printed and user printed self-adhesive labels, produced by IML, are vital in increasing traceability while in transit and displaying hazardous warning information.

They are the perfect company to demonstrate how Safeware Quasar software can be used to create reliable and easy to read labelling for multiple purposes.

Tim Peberday, Sales Manager for Safeware Quasar, said: “We are very excited about exhibiting at ChemSpec, as it is a fast growing exhibition that focuses on distributors and manufacturers. It is also a great opportunity to display our product and demonstrate how it can be used. The exhibition is an ideal platform from which to promote our software and meet companies and prospective clients that can improve their business through use of our software.”

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