Labelmaster's A.I.R. Shipper Compliance Package Provides Comprehensive Information on Shipping Dangerous Goods


Cost-effective Package Helps Air and Ground Shippers Comply with the Latest Regulations

CHICAGO - (June 17, 2010) - Labelmaster®, a U.S.-based manufacturer of hazardous materials and regulatory compliance products, has an affordable and convenient package to help shippers comply with the latest regulations included in the 2011 edition of the ICAO Technical Instructions. The regulations apply to shipping dangerous goods by both air and ground. The all-inclusive package contains the following resources for safely shipping dangerous goods: A.I.R. Shipper(TM), Air International Regulations for Shippers of Dangerous Goods www.labelmaster.com/Shop/books/air-transport; an exclusive Labelmaster edition of Early 49 CFR ; 49 CFR government edition www.labelmaster.com/Shop/books/ground-transport/early-49-cfr; RegStick(TM) USB electronic editions www.labelmaster.com/store/scripts/view-product.cfm?product=REGSTICK7&cataloglevel=26026; and a newly revised, 25-page battery shipping guide. A battery poster, section tabs and a hazardous material table ruler complete the set.

A.I.R. Shipper(TM) is recognized by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and is developed in compliance with ICAO standards. The 2011 edition featuring reformatted packing instructions, updated entries to the dangerous goods list, and updated lithium battery requirements, is essential to shippers of dangerous goods by air.

A.I.R. Shipper(TM) provides information required for compliance with upcoming revisions to the ICAO Technical Instructions and contains the following additional features:

o Logical chapter order follows UN Model Regulations, ICAO and IMO formats

o Dangerous Goods List (DGL) is quick and easy-to-use

o "How to Use" appendix helps maximize the unique layout and features

o Hazmat and handling labels and markings shown in color

o Colored borders make text easier to read and locate important sections

o Easy-to-use packing instructions include descriptive titles, maximum quantity tables and specific applicable variations

o Free tabs and battery poster with every A.I.R. Shipper(TM)

RegStick(TM) (www.labelmaster.com/Shop/software/electronic-publications/transportation-combos), a USB flash drive, includes A.I.R. Shipper(TM), 49 CFR, and Emergency Response Guidebook in a format that is easy to access and navigate. Keyword searches provide quick access to regulatory information from any computer.

The Deluxe A.I.R. Shipper(TM) Compliance package is available at special pre-publication pricing. Labelmaster is offering a discounted price of $199 for the standard bound book and $209 for the spiral bound. This $50 savings will only apply until July 31st. After that date regular prices of $249 standard bound and $259 spiral bound will apply.

For additional information call 800-621-5808, or to order online, visit www.labelmaster.com/store/scripts/view-product.cfm?product=COMBO100&cataloglevel=26286
(standard bound) or www.labelmaster.com/store/scripts/view-product.cfm?product=COMBO101&cataloglevel=26286 (spiral bound).

Labelmaster, established in 1967, is a developer, manufacturer, distributor, and marketer of hazardous materials compliance products, including labels, forms, packaging, software, and publications. The company's 40-plus years of experience in
providing regulatory information and products for all transportation modes make it
especially qualified as a total compliance resource. Labelmaster's compliance division is located at 5724 N. Pulaski Road in Chicago. Learn more about Labelmaster: www.labelmaster.com.

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations created in 1944 to promote safety in international civil aviation. ICAO sets standards and regulations necessary for aviation safety, security, efficiency, regularity, and aviation environmental protection. The Organization serves as a forum for cooperation in all fields of civil aviation among its 189 Contracting States. For additional information, visit www.icao.int.

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