Contract chemical manufacturing at InChem begins with an assessment of your needs as a customer. In some cases customers come to InChem with their own formulas and processes which they want us to follow. In others they have a desired end product, requiring our team of skilled chemists and technicians to reverse-engineer a solution. Either way, you can trust InChem to meet your contract, toll and custom manufacturing requirements precisely, safely and economically.
Contract Chemical Manufacturing Saves You Money
InChem is often able to contract manufacture chemical products for substantially less money and considerably faster than most customers themselves can. Our integrated project teams, possessing decades of chemical experience, can typically bring a project to full commercial production in a matter of months – sometimes even weeks. We have the in-house capability to design, engineer, improve or modify processes, scale them up in our pilot plant, and then move them to commercial production in a multi-use or dedicated facility.
InChem has a secure 33-acre contract manufacturing site, a 75,000-square-foot distribution center, and a full-sized chemical manufacturing plant in Rock Hill, S.C., to meet a wide range of customer needs. In addition we have a 10-acre toll manufacturing and blending site in Duncan, S.C. Both are conveniently located very near major interstates and airports.
Using InChem for contract chemical manufacturing minimizes your risk. You don’t have new chemicals on your site subject to government regulation. And you don’t have to worry about keeping your production equipment running 24/7 to amortize overhead. If you get a new process wrong in your plant, you own the consequences. If InChem makes it for you, all those problems go away.
So the question you have to ask is, “Why should I pay the full costs of ownership, when I can only pay for what I need?”
This is why more and more companies, including many global market leaders, choose InChem to meet their toll and contract chemical manufacturing needs.
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