Chemical Toll Manufacturing
Since 1983, ChemDesign has been a leader in the toll manufacturing of specialty organic chemicals. ChemDesign specializes in the production of fine chemicals for the agrochemical and specialty chemical markets. ‘We make chemistry work’ by translating clients’ technical information to implement full-scale production.
ChemDesign takes pride in providing a solid chemical outsourcing platform. We offer chemical toll manufacturing services tailored to the unique specifications and requirements of our customers. Our process support team of chemists, chemical engineers, and supply chain specialists are experts in managing chemical synthesis to meet your product specifications. Our tolling platform can help outsource any step of your chemical project; from solvent tolling, distillation, to solids isolation and recovery. As part of our value offering, we will work with you to manufacture leading quality, in spec, chemical products.
Why choose Toll Manufacturing?
There may be numerous reasons why a company would need to outsource. When a chemical company is planning a product; the project development team might find that their company may be lacking in the equipment, space, talent, certifications, or capacity to manufacture the product in the time frame that it needs to go to market. The project development team then decides that outsourcing would be the most time-efficient and cost-effective method for producing. In the chemical industry, outsourcing is usually referred to as tolling or contract manufacturing.
What is the difference between Toll Manufacturing and Contract Manufacturing?
In toll manufacturing, the manufacturer provides the plant, machinery, and labor force necessary to manufacture chemical products. The contracting company, or principal, supplies the process information and raw materials and for chemical products that it needs to produce.
In contract manufacturing, the contract manufacturer provides the plant, machinery, and labor force required to manufacture the chemical. The contract manufacturer also sources raw materials and supplies logistics. The contract manufacturer has more control of the cost, the level of stocks, and the quality of raw materials. Risks related to cost and raw materials sourcing are usually managed through contracts.
Benefits of Toll Processing
Tolling and contract manufacturing save the principal from the cost of equipment and hiring the specialized labor force to manufacture its product. The principal will also save the time, space, and hassle that it takes to maintain multiple specialized production facilities. This can be helpful when only part of the product production process needs to be outsourced.
The principal will benefit from toll manufacturing because it will have more control over raw materials suppliers’ quality, location, and cost. The toll manufacturer focuses on the quality production of the principal company’s product. This can also help minimize the cost of toll manufacturing to just the manufacture of the product.
How to find a Toll Manufacturing Partner
The first step in initiating a toll manufacturing partnership is to reach out to the chemical tolling company. In the initial message or phone call, it is helpful to include the scope of your company’s project so the manufacturer can determine if their capabilities fit your company’s current needs. After initial contact is made about the project’s scope, an NDA may be needed to further discuss the details of the project. Some important details necessary may be the chemical formula, production schedule drafts, and logistic requirements. At ChemDesign, our chemists’ expertise in manufacturing will take your companies project from trial to shipment. We offer many value-added services including translation of process, technical support, process optimization, logistics management. We have the technology, equipment, and great people to make your chemical outsourcing project a success!
After all, We Make Chemistry Work! If you need unique custom chemicals, reach out to us on our contact page.
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