3E Company Extends Collaboration with The Chemical Daily

Expanded Agreement Offers Japanese Businesses Access to Award-Winning MSDgen SDS Authoring Platform

Carlsbad, Calif., October 14, 2014 — 3E Company, a leading provider of environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance and information management services, today announced that it has expanded its relationship with The Chemical Daily Co., Ltd., publisher of the daily Japanese industry trade publication The Chemical Daily. As a result of the agreement, The Chemical Daily Co., Ltd., and its Chemicaldaily Regulatory Info-Center Co., Ltd. (CRIC) expert regulatory unit are now authorized resellers of 3E’s award-winning MSDgen® safety data sheet (SDS) authoring platform. 3E Company is a Verisk Analytics (Nasdaq:VRSK) business.

The expanded collaboration offers Japanese businesses streamlined access to a robust and reliable solution for developing country- and region-specific SDS documents, as well as multilingual hazard and transport labels. MSDgen supports 18 unique adaptations of GHS, ensuring that users will have access to the templates, classification logic, and data they need to develop accurate and comprehensive hazard communication documentation. Users will also receive expert regulatory and technical support through both CRIC and 3E.

The Chemical Daily Co., Ltd., will also continue to promote and resell ArielTM WebInsight, 3E’s industry-leading chemical regulatory compliance reference solution. Access to these two powerful solutions will help Japanese businesses achieve compliance with chemical and environmental regulations around the globe. In addition, The Chemical Daily will also continue to provide 3E with English-language Japanese chemical regulatory information for use in 3E’s Ariel line of reference and integrated data offerings.

“3E has established a strong presence in Japan, and we’re committed to continually expanding our presence and growing the user community within this important market,” said Uday Virkud, president and CEO, 3E Company. “The Chemical Daily has been a valuable ally in our efforts, and we’re delighted to expand our collaboration with them to ultimately help ease the burden of compliance for Japanese businesses.”

“3E’s powerful compliance solutions are invaluable in helping companies comply with global and local EH&S regulations,” said Osamu Odajima, president, The Chemical Daily Co., Ltd. “Our long-standing relationship with 3E uniquely positions The Chemical Daily to help Japanese businesses comply with their regulatory obligations. We look forward to our continued collaboration with 3E and further strengthening our combined presence in this expanding market.”

About 3E Company
3E Company, a Verisk Analytics (Nasdaq:VRSK) business, offers a comprehensive suite of data and solutions for environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance management. This solutions suite addresses the entire chemical life cycle and includes regulatory research; SDS authoring, distribution, and management; transportation; emergency response; training; regulatory reporting; and hazardous waste management. 3E provides an industry-leading combination of a 24/7/365 EH&S mission-control call center and the world’s premier hazardous substance database of global regulatory and compliance information. 3E was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Carlsbad, California, with additional operations in Canton, Ohio; Bethesda, Maryland; Kingsport, Tennessee; Montreal, Quebec; and Copenhagen, Denmark. For more information on 3E Company, visit www.3ecompany.com.

About The Chemical Daily Co., Ltd.
Since 1936, The Chemical Daily, headquartered in Tokyo, has been publishing Kagaku Kogyo Nippo (The Chemical Daily), a trade newspaper comprehensively covering the chemical industry, from basic chemicals to specialty chemicals, electronic materials, automotive materials and water treatment, all of which are Japanese fortes and regarded as cutting-edge industries to take us into the next generation. The Chemical Daily is one of the longest established and most valued sources of chemical-industry information in Japan and Asia.


Jenny Bingham
3E Company

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