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Regoplast: The Company

Innovative labelling systems tailored to individual requirements constitute the core business of our company.

Regoplast GmbH was founded in 1978 by Mr Herbert Schuld and, since then, continually expanded to provide practical solutions to problems. Thanks to his thorough knowledge of the requirements of the labelling industry, Mr Schuld has been able to develop numerous patents; these form the basis of his business success today.


Our comprehensive product range offers solutions for customers in the chemical and petrochemical industries, in plant construction and process engineering, and in the automotive and food industries.

In addition to pipeline labelling, sub-surface printed signs, cable markers and safety labels, our product range has, for many years now, included variouslabelling systems applicable to the transport of hazardous goods.

Particularly worthy of note here is our hazard goods warning sign, developed in-house and made of stainless steel 1.4301 in accordance with Note 10500 Par. 6 of the GGVS/ADR regulations concerning the transport of hazardous goods. This hazardous goods warning sign is the only one that remains clearly legible both during and following 30 minutes exposure to fire.

Referenzen: Der Spiegel einer erfolgreichen Zusammenarbeit

MUH Milch - Union - Hocheifel eG
Dow Corning
Spedition Schenker
Köstritzer Brauerei
Waggonbau Graaff GmbH
ACTEMIUM Controlmatic GmbH
Siemens AG
Hoyer Group
Aughinish Alumina (IE)
Josef Meyer Rail AG (CH)
TU Darmstadt
Krone Fahrzeugbau
Evonik Industries AG
Bilfinger & Berger
Ludwig Höcketstaller Spedition GmbH
GATX Rail Germany GmbH
Hagemeyer Deutschland
Juwi Solar
Johnson Controls
E.ON Technologies GmbH
Boehringer Ingelheim
S.C. Astra Rail Industries (RO)
Radeberger Brauerei
Fenthol & Sandtmann GmbH (lt. Infra)
DB Netz AG
Emons Transport
VanHool (BE)
DEKRA Akademie Stuttgart
Silver Fox Ltd. (IE)
Sanofi Aventis Deutschland GmbH


High-quality materials for maximum safety and hygiene

On 11. April 1996, a major fire at Düsseldorf airport cost 17 lives, left 88 people injured and caused up to one billion euros of damage. Investigators soon found that the building material used when building the airport 30 years before had not been fireproof, presumably to save money, which allowed the fire to spread rapidly. This incident shows just how important it is to always use high-quality materials.

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Technical Rules for Hazardous Substances (TRGS) revised

On 29. January 2019, the German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales BMAS) announced the changes made to the TRGS (Technical Rules for Hazardous Substances), that had been determined on 14. November 2018. Any explanations on the decisions of the Committee on Hazardous Substances (AGS) and all changes to the TRGS are online on the website of the German Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (Bundesanstalt für Arbeitsschutz und Arbeitsmedizin BAuA).

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Appropriate labelling of hazardous goods in case of fire specifically important

According to a survey by the German Federal Highway Research Institute (Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen), approximately 40,000 lorry accidents happen on German roads every year. In about 150 of them, transporters of hazardous goods are involved. This might not sound like much but even a small number of such accidents can lead to serious consequences for people, the environment, and the economy. The costs caused by hazardous materials leaking into the environment, for example when a tank vehicle is damaged, can be twice as high as those by a “normal” lorry accident.

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