Of course, this is an overarching question. Every chemical manufacturer should follow some – if not several – in-house protocols for quality assurance. We use the system’s principles along with other industry quality guidelines (ISO 9001-2015) to ensure our facilities and our staffs maintain an extremely high-level of quality. At Shakti Chemicals, our quality control follows testing of raw materials as well as finished goods before final packaging and determining if they are within the specifications required by customers. High level of quality control helps us to maintain quality of products required by customers.

Compliance regulations enacted by various governmental organizations at local, state, and federal levels place increasingly large burdens on manufacturing operations, as they should. We will relieve some of that burden through constant documentation, ultimate traceability, and chain- of-custody logistics.

We at Shakti Chemicals test each and every batch before final packaging and shipping to customers. Our products are tested and analyzed for purity, pH and clear and colorless solubility in our laboratory and checked if all parameters are within limits as per customers requirement. We also make sure that not only product but quality of packing is also as per international standards.

Manufacturers can streamline their internal logistics by working with as few chemical suppliers as possible. Inventory scope is one distinct advantage that large and medium-sized chemical producers offer. If a supplier doesn’t have the chemical you need at the ready, then it will be arranged with some other supplier and delivered to you at the earliest.

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