ReAgent has been providing a range of contract packing and repacking services for over four decades, and our latest video tells you all about it! See how our team of technical experts works with you to meet your specific requirements, whether you need nitrogen purging for a sensitive product or custom label design.
A Contract Packing Service Made For You
At ReAgent, we pride ourselves on being a customer-led business. This means that we have the flexibility and expertise to adapt to any and all of your unique requirements. Our contract packing service is no different. No matter what chemical you need packing or repacking, we have the skills, equipment, and facilities to handle it.
Chemicals we’re able to pack include, but are not limited to:
- Acids and alkalis
- Toxic solutions
- Non-hazardous materials
In the video, you’ll get to see glimpses of how we carry out nitrogen purging for sensitive products, a process that reduces atmospheric degradation and ensures the longstanding quality of your product.
You’ll also get to see our range of packaging options, which are available in a variety of sizes and materials, and include:
- Hermetically-sealed glass ampoules up to 2ml
- Bottles, jerricans, dispensing caps, and buckets
- 200L drums
- 1,000L HDPE IBCs (Industrial Bulk Containers)
Contract Packers Backed by ISO
We’re proud to be accredited to a host of ISO Standards, including the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Standard, the ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Standard, and the ISO 13485:2016 Standard for Medical Devices. So, when you work with us, you can sleep easy knowing that your product is being handled by manufacturers who follow internationally recognised quality management methods.
Watch our video on contract packing today to learn more about our service, such as our custom label design resource and our in-house tracking database for full traceability on deliveries!
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