Portland, OR (PRWEB) August 30, 2012
Graphic Products has expanded its DuraLabel YouTube library with more than 40 new videos. Ranging in length from about 1 minute to more than 6 minutes, these educational and informative videos were created for industrial hygienists, facility managers and plant supervisors worldwide to help save lives, streamline operations and elevate visual communications in the workplace. These brief and fact-filled videos provide timely, newsworthy, industry-appropriate and compliance-based information.
The video library complements our online article library which addresses 5S, Kanban, Kaizen, Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and other in-demand safety and industrial efficiency related topics. All resources are free of charge and require no registration.
Viewers who visit http://www.youtube.com/duralabel will learn about:
Experience has shown that demonstration is the key to a better informed audience and video serves that purpose perfectly. It’s the closest thing to actually being there. Other pluses? You can watch the videos as many times as you wish. And when you do need more information to make a buying decision, you’ll ask high quality questions.
“Graphic Products, Inc. has been solving industrial labeling problems for more than four decades. Thanks to video, we can help more people solve more problems in record time,” said Steve Stephenson, Graphic Products. “If you have a labeling challenge, we encourage you to contact us."
New videos are often added. Upcoming topics include new labeling systems, specialty supplies and webinars.
Graphic Products, Inc. has more than 40 years’ experience in the industrial labeling industry. Graphic Products manufactures a broad spectrum of industrial labeling systems which include free DuraSuite label creation software, with a library of safety symbols. Every DuraLabel purchase includes free technical support and multi-year printer and supply warranties. Many multinational corporations--such as P&G, Amazon.com, Georgia-Pacific, Boeing, John Deere, Conoco, Sara Lee, Toyota and General Electric--rely on DuraLabel printers and supplies.
For more information, visit http://www.DuraLabel.com.