Most GHS adoptions will complete implementation by 2015, mandating that all mixtures must be classified according to the particular legislation of that jurisdiction. Although some variation will remain between labelling information and hazard category adoption, this greatly simplifies the process of classification and labelling for retail and consumer products. This level of harmonisation, together with the standardisation of transport labels, offers the promise of greatly simplifying and reducing the cost of label creation.
"Standardising Transport/Labelling Regulations: A way to reduce shipping costs for retail and consumer products"
'Standardising Transport/Labelling Regulations: A way to reduce shipping costs for retail and consumer products,' Chemical NorthWest’s Elements Magazine, Winter 2014.