Deluxe A.I.R. Shipper

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — Labelmaster®, a U.S. based manufacturer of dangerous goods compliance products, has packaged its A.I.R. Shipper, Air International Regulations for Shippers of Dangerous Goods; Early 49 CFR; 49 CFR Government; its exclusive RegStick™; and Compliance Network™ into affordable, convenient packages. Tabs, a ruler and a travel mug complete the set.

A.I.R. Shipper is recognized by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and has been developed in compliance with ICAO standards. ICAO is an agency of the United Nations that sets standards and regulations for air safety. The 2007 edition of A.I.R. Shipper contains important ICAO revisions and is a must for shippers of dangerous goods by air to be in compliance.

RegStick™, a USB flash drive, contains the necessary information for compliance with regulations for shipping dangerous goods in a format that is easy to access and navigate. Keyword searches of pdf documents allow quick access to needed regulatory information from any computer equipped with a USB port.

Compliance Network, an online service tool, provides centralized access to domestic, air, ground, water and international air regulations with the click of a mouse. Unique online tools and features are combined with regulations and dangerous goods tables.

The combo packages range in price from $149 (without Compliance Network) to $259 (including Compliance Network). For additional information call 800-621-5808, or to order online, visit the www.airregs.com.

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 years of experience in providing regulatory information and products for all transportation modes make it especially qualified as a total compliance resource. For additional information visit 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.

CONTACT:Robin Kressin
Labelmaster
Phone: 262-242-1856
[email protected]

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