The ground-breaking Video-in-Print (VIP) ad that ran in the March issue of HCB generated terrific interest for our advertiser Brodie International as well as for HCB itself. There was a constant stream of visitors to our stand asking for the 'special' magazine.
British people are curious creatures. It is hard to square their cherished belief of being free-born and independent – “an Englishman’s home is his castle” sort of thing – with their delight in having rules to live by.
Hazardous Cargo Bulletin is now the first trade magazine in the world to publish a LCD screen showing a video advert - within the magazine - which has been launched at this year's StocExpo show.
We call it our VIP service - Video In Print. We're aiming to change the way you think about print advertising, change how you think about trade publications and change how you think about marketing your company. Go VIP.
PHMSA's 2012 Emergency Response Guidebook provides first responders with a go-to manual to help deal with hazmat accidents during the critical first 30 minutes. For more information, please visit http://phmsa.dot.gov.
EPCA made this film, together with UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) and IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) on the occasion of the 2011 International Year of Chemistry. It shows the importance of chemistry in our daily lives. The film explains how chemistry provides the global population with access, in a sustainable way, to drinking water, food, clothing, health and health care, energy- and emission-friendly housing, transport, communication and education.
Video explaining why in developing countries it is not only economically important to take back and address Extended Producer Responsibility for take back of used chemical drums for safe reuse but also to keep them out of the public domain where can cause poisonings and environmental pollution.
SDS Tanker crews deserve to know what hazards the cargoes they are handling present during transport. This information is generally provided in the form of an SDS, something of a novelty for the shipping industry. A group of trade bodies has come together to provide some assistance
ASIA Growing demand for chemical transport services in Asia is opening up new markets for tank containers. David Hayes spoke to Daelim Corp about how this is encouraging the Korean firm to look to the international market for further opportunities
We all know things have been pretty bad lately. The global economy tanked big time back in 2008 and has struggled to get a grip on things ever since. The high streets are hurting, retailers are closing down, and companies all over the place are in trouble.