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    • AquaPhoenix Scientific
      860 Gitts Run Road Hanover, PA 17331
    • Local: 717-632-1291 Toll-Free: 866-632-1291

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Custom Packaging & Fulfillment

Custom Packaging

Custom-Packaging combo kitsWe are staffed and equipped to package your products exactly as you want them. Whether that be combining meters and reagents into a custom test kit; providing gamma irradiation services, or using a specific bottle type or style, we will work with you to meet your specific needs. This also includes creating custom graphics and labeling for your products.

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Full Range of Chemical Fulfillment Services

In addition to custom chemical packaging, we also offer extensive chemical fulfillment services. Our modern, climate-controlled facility allows us to carry inventory to meet the needs of our customer base. Our lean manufacturing practices decrease the likelihood of out-of-stock situations, increasing the level of service we can provide.

We’re also capable of managing the entire fulfillment process for you. This can be particularly beneficial to distributors with limited storage space or those that simply want to avoid shipping hassles and order processing headaches. As a drop ship chemical manufacturer, we can ship orders directly to your customers from our facility — there’s no need for you to handle or store the items.

Exemplifying Our Commitment to Customer Service

Our chemical fulfillment services and custom chemical packaging are just two examples that illustrate our commitment to going the extra mile for our customers. Our fast turnaround times ensure your order reaches your (or your customer’s) facility in a timely manner.

Key benefits include no minimum order requirements, a no-hassle return policy and free assistance with setting up your e-commerce site. If you have questions about your order or any other issue, a live customer service representative is available to assist you between the hours of 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. EST.

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Our offices will be closed Monday, July 3rd & Tuesday, July 4th in honor of Independence Day.