Specialty Chemicals

Specialty Chemicals

 Our speciality chemicals services help you to understand your products' technical and performance attributes and meet regulatory compliance.

Specialty chemicals, also known as performance chemicals, are used as ingredients in finished products and to improve manufacturing processes.

Specialty chemical innovation depends on uniting technical and performance attributes; therefore understanding the chemical composition and properties and how they add value to their proposed application are important. Any potential impact on health and the environment also needs to be assessed and addressed.

Serving a diverse range of sectors from speciality polymer and nanomaterials to food additives, flavours and fragrances, our scientists are able to test the chemical composition or physical properties of your specialty chemicals, evaluating how they meet and exceed quality, safety, sustainability and performance standards, as part of our Total Quality Assurance expertise.

Through our network of analytical laboratories we can support your research or manufacturing with quality control testing, trace analysis, contamination and formulation analysis, helping your specialty chemicals to reach optimal performance characteristics, enabling you to power ahead with pace and precision. Our laboratories work to industry recognised standards such as ISO 17025 or Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) so that registration submission data is suitable for authorities worldwide.

With chemical control legislation coming into effect every year, our regulatory consultants can help to ensure your business successfully complies with national and international regulatory requirements, while our toxicological risk assessment will help determine whether or not your product poses a potential risk.

To help navigate the complex supply chains and distribution routes, our cargo inspection and supply chain auditing services can safeguard your products and minimise risk. Our cargo inspectors provide global inspection services covering quantity, sampling and quality testing for valuable speciality chemicals cargos. We provide auditing services to help you to assure regulatory compliance and product quality, enforce supply chain regulations, maintain workplace safety, drive social accountability and ensure overall business security.

By partnering with Dash you can rely on our high-quality, speciality chemical services to support your business and deliver materials and products of excellence to your clients and end users, as part of our total quality assurance.











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