June 17th, 2013

Shipping hazardous materials has always been an obvious challenge even for the most experienced in the business but with the constant changes in regulations over the past few years it takes a lot just to keep up. The first major changes were introduced in Docket HM-181 which of the Hazardous Materials regulations with international standards in order to facilitate foreign trade and maintain the competitiveness of U.S. goods. The applicability of the hazardous materials regulations was extended to all intrastate shipments of hazardous materials by highway almost 15 years ago, significantly increasing the number of parties affected by these regulations.

Along with growing demand, several service companies have risen to the cause in order to offer solutions for simplifying the process of hazardous materials shipping. Such a company is eShipGlobal that provides state of the art freight software for every type of shipping requirement. eShipGlobal customers enjoy streamlined business processes, eliminating the normal headaches that come with the job
The Multi carrier shipping software allows for easy managing of carrier contracts and full automation of freight audits and payments. This helps keep costs low for both inbound and outbound shipping requirements and provides significant savings in man hour labor costs.

The integrated software allows all levels of the enterprise access to the data relevant to them for quick and effective decision making. By making sure all regulatory requirements are met, eShipGlobal’s software prevents problems before they occur. The software interfaces with databases of shipping carriers and various government databases such as the Federal Aviation Administration, the International Air Transportation Administration, the Department of Treasury, and the Department of Commerce addressing the specific details of each package for full compliance. A free demo is available upon request with a dedicated team of experts ready to train new customers and assist existing customers achieve the most out of the software.

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Mozilla’s Firefox, the two most popular browsers are both graphical browsers. This means that they have the ability to display graphics and text. With the use of some plug-ins, multimedia information can also be presented. Another option is the full-screen browser for Internet video named Zinc. Zinc is touted to have content from new sources and more information regarding videos and channels while having a smoother interface.

Zinc, a browser based on Firefox, makes it easy to watch Internet video on television with the use of a remote control. Browsers can all be downloaded for free so testing the available choices can be the wisest thing to do when in doubt. Each user has different requirements which make it difficult to pinpoint one specific browser that would fit all. The choice will be the ultimate determining factor that could guarantee a satisfactory search experience. It is interesting to note that Zinc was originally intended as an interface for a hardware set-top box. The unsuccessful business model made its makers consider more viable options.