Over the past few weeks, we’ve kept you informed on our progress of moving into a new manufacturing facility. After many renovations and a lot of hard work, we are happy to announce that the wait is over: ReAgent has officially moved!

As of 23rd April 2018, ReAgent has officially moved into its new manufacturing facility. Standing at 38,000 square foot, our new factory boasts larger mixing vessels, an off-road storage yard, a brand new quality testing lab, and even an increased water ring main, among many more built-to-spec features. We have even gone the extra mile to ensure that our new factory is as eco-friendly as possible. toenail

A close up of a mixing vessel in the ReAgent Chemicals factory

What Does This Mean For Our Customers?

Our new premises will allow ReAgent to better serve our customers requirements. Not only will we be able to fulfil larger orders, we will be able to do this in a more efficient and cost-effective way.

So what do our existing customers and clients need to do now? Nothing! Our phone number, email address and bank details have all stayed the same, so we can continue providing you with first class customer service without any hassle.

Please take a note of our updated address below. Our new factory is located literally across the road from our old site, so it easy to find:

11b – 13 Aston Fields Road

Whitehouse Industrial Estate

Runcorn, Cheshire 


A cardboard moving box with 'ReAgent' written on it; a factory is behind it.

We are extremely excited about the opportunities that a new factory will bring to the company. With an increased amount of space, we have ensured that ReAgent will continue to grow into the future. We would like to thank our loyal customers and clients, without whom this move wouldn’t have been possible. If you have any queries, please get in touch.


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