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Baxter International Inc. is a global health-care company that, through its subsidiaries, assists health-care professionals and their patients with treatment of complex medical conditions. In total, the company has 250 global facilities and is represented in more than 110 countries around the world, employing more than 48,000 team members. Baxter produces approximately 200 biopharmaceuticals, most of which are liquid and require a material safety data sheet (MSDS) for safe handling. Click here to view full case study
Celanese Corporation is a global producer of industrial chemicals, high performance polymers and acetate fibers. The company has more than 9,000 employees with operations in North America, Europe and Asia. Since 2000, Celanese has relied on The WERCS to provide material safety data sheet (MSDS) authoring and managing capabilities in North America. As Celanese expanded globally, it realized that to improve business process efficiencies, it needed to consolidate all hazard communication to one central software solution. Click here to view full case study
As the undisputed market leader in the cultures and enzymes industry, Danish-based Christian Hansen operates in more than 30 countries around the world. Annual sales exceed $400 million dollars.
The company offers thousands of innovative ingredient solutions that enhance key properties of food and health preparations. These ingredients improve the quality and efficacy of products in the food, pharmaceutical, nutritional and agricultural industries. These products reach several hundred million people around the world every day. As a result, the demand for the company’s biotech ingredient additives is on the rise—as is their need for consistent documentation. Click here to view the full case study.
Color Resolutions International
Color Resolutions International (CRI) is a leading producer of water based flexographic inks used on paper and film packaging for graphic image and performance-conscious printers. CRI's central manufacturing plant is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The company operates 19 blending sites in the U.S. to provide prompt local service. Click here to view full case study
With sales, laboratory and manufacturing locations in over 35 countries worldwide, Cytec Industries is one of the world's leading specialty chemicals and materials companies. Cytec has made safety and the environment two of its top core values. The company strives to be an industry leader in setting the pace in procedures, programs, and most importantly, performance relating to safety, health and the environment. Click here to view full case study
Established in 1898, The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company is one the world’s largest producer of tires, hoses, belts and chemical and synthetic rubber. The company, which is headquartered in Akron, Ohio, has more than 80 manufacturing facilities in 28 countries. In addition to manufacturing, the company has more than 2,000 retail outlets allowing for global market penetration. Click here to view full case study
Henkel Loctite Corporation (Henkel) is a leader in consumer brands and technologies. Its three systems businesses are Henkel Industrial Adhesives and Sealants, Loctite Engineering Adhesives and Henkel Surface Technologies. With customers in every continent, Henkel relies heavily on its knowledgeable sales and customer service associates. The company manufactures more than 2,000 products for which it answers more than 100,000 technical inquiries a year. Needless to say, accurate product information has become a foundation of its sales and marketing strategy. Click here to view full case study
With operations in more than 60 countries, Johnson Diversey, Inc. (JDI) is a leading global provider of cleaning and hygiene solutions to the institutional and industrial marketplace. JDI serves customers in the lodging, food services, retail, health care, food and beverage sectors, as well as building service contractors worldwide. Click here to view full case study
Marathon Ashland Petroleum (Marathon), operated by Marathon Oil Corporation is the fifth largest refiner in the U.S. The company in total has seven refineries, 100 terminals, 11,000 miles of pipeline and 5,400 retail outlets. Marathon uses more 9,200 employees to refine close to one million barrels per day. To ensure ongoing commerce, the company regularly refers to 26,000 vendor material safety data sheets (MSDS) and 450 authored product MSDSs. Click here to view full case study
Nazdar Case Study
With four manufacturing facilities and 13 branch locations worldwide, Nazdar is the largest ink manufacturer in North America. In business nearly 90 years, the company offers the most comprehensive selection of inks available to the market from a single source. The company provides extensive regulatory compliance training to manufacturing associations and printers, making its industry presence unique.
Due to expanding regulatory compliance requirements, Nazdar had increasing material safety data sheets (MSDS), label and reporting responsibilities. With its dated legacy system and largely manual efforts, Nazdar saw room for growth. In 2008, the company began looking for a new MSDS system and particularly sought a solution that could address its extensive labeling challenges. Click here to view full case study.
Summit Case Study
Summit Industrial Products, a wholly owned subsidiary of Klüber Lubrication, is a leading manufacturer of specialty lubricants and lubricant technology. Summit manufactures more than 5,000 products in its three North American facilities, creating and maintaining over 25,000 labels to fulfill health and safety requirements. Maintaining proper labeling for its products is paramount for Summit. To reflect this commitment, the company set out to become the first in North America to attain ISO 21469 certification. Click here to view full case study.
GreenWERCS Case Studies
Allergan, a global multi-specialty healthcare company, was interested in implementing a method for assessing the safety and effectiveness of their products. Using GreenWERCS, Allergan developed a customized scoring model to review all incipient ingredients with the hopes of formulating greener alternatives. Click here to view full case study
GIGABASE, a Chinese-based platform that drives the adoption of greener practices, needed an efficient way to provide clients with thorough and transparent data on the chemistry of construction materials. With the help of GreenWERCS, GIGABASE was able to quickly review chemical-based products, producing easy-to-understand graphic reports for their clients. Click here to view full case study
As formulators of specialized products for the energy industry, Halliburton wanted to develop a scoring approach to evaluate the impact of formulated products on human health and the environment. With the help of GreenWERCS, Halliburton was able to quickly score and review raw materials against a GHS-centric scoring framework driving the creation of safer products. Click here to view full case study
As one of the largest providers of general merchandise in the world, Walmart sells a diverse line of chemical products. As such, they are always looking for ways to improve product chemistry with regards to efficacy and sustainability. To answer their need for chemical formulation analysis, Walmat began using GreenWERCS to enable the collection and review of formulation data from their suppliers. Click here to view full case study