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Kennedy Group Applies Its Packaging Expertise to Reusable Labeling in Handling Biomedical Waste Disposal
Date:3/10/2009

wastes like sharps must be stored and transported in puncture-proof containers. The containers must be clearly identified with the international biomedical hazard symbol. A problem arises because many of these containers do not offer a uniform surface to attach any type of label. A second problem is that typically these are reusable containers, which require that old labels be removed and new labels attached. The placard identification solution provides a uniform surface that can easily be attached to the container. This surface allows for easy placement and easy removal of labels."

The Kennedy Group's Logistics Division can provide additional information on the Placard ID solution for biomedical waste disposal identification applications. Call 440-951-7660, or visit the Web site, www.kennedygroup.com.

About The Kennedy Group

With more than 30 years of experience, The Kennedy Group provides a variety of groundbreaking innovations in pressure-sensitive, promotional and roll-fed/ROSO shrink film packaging solutions that create unique shelf appeal and powerful branding solutions. Its customers are leading consumer and industrial marketing companies in industries spanning automotive, biomedical and consumer packaged goods. The Kennedy Group's Logistics Division provides specific identification solutions for reusable containers, racks and pallet storage areas. In addition, the company also offers front-page advertising and promotional-response programs. With its comprehensive manufacturing and testing facility in Ohio, The Kennedy Group provides a single-source solution for packaging, advertising and RFID tags, as well as printers and applicators. To learn more visit www.kennedygroup.com.

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    440-951-7660
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