The requirements placed on your end products are becoming more and more extensive on many levels, either due to legal requirements or the individual wishes of your customers. One of your customers wants a conformity certificate showing that the products delivered were produced under food-safe conditions. Another wants the cleaning agent used in their production process to comply with legal requirements and not contain any substances from the SVHC list.
These increased customer requirements run through the entire supply chain, which is why we see it as our continual duty to simplify these admittedly annoying but necessary procedures and activities for the customer as much as possible.
We primarily do this through active policy. Thanks to our constant future-oriented development work, our cleaning agents already meet many requirements right from the start, including certificates recognised in the market by institutes like the NSF or ISEGA, so that many requirements can be certified “right from the outset”.
Thanks to the knowledge we have acquired over many years, we can also quickly and reliably answer specific customer enquiries concerning non-standard certificates. And in the rare case where a cleaning agent fails to meet a requirement, we sit down with the customer to find a solution that meets all their requirements in terms of performance, conformity and safety.
Both sides benefit from this partnership. This primarily leads to the creation of cleaning agents at the end of the joint development process that are unique and tailored to the individual needs of the customer, and secondly, to the gathering of new knowledge, which we incorporate into the development of new and innovative products. We have been building an ever-growing database for many years now that allows us to act flexibly and in a future-oriented manner in the interests of our customers.
So please contact us directly if you have any new requirements for your cleaning agents or processes. We will take care of your concerns while simplifying your work as much as possible.